[SunChasersSG] Newbies Outing (Part 22) - Sunrise @ The Promontory 4th Dec 2010


jeezuinn

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DD bro, helping you to paste some links from previous threads.

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Readings to help you in the coming shoot

These are topics you should read up on that will be very useful for the coming shoot. Read these topics, that will help you a lot in the coming outing. Try to apply the concepts in the coming outing.

11 Surefire Landscape Photography Tips

12 Tips for Photographing Stunning Sunsets (Sunrises)


Getting everything into focus (Hyperfocal Distance) - credit Albert

Leveling horizon in complex scenes - credit Albert

Other basic stuff you should also read.

Camera basics
http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=309544


EDIT : Replaced my post with useful links from previous threads
 

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jeezuinn

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nope u stay there, u can do it bro... :)
mai k k... LOL... you can shot already... next time you will be moved to senior guide... :bsmilie::bsmilie:
Initial I also plan to insert his name to "Senior"..:)
:thumbsup:He zai already!
I not up to the task yet la bros haha. But if got ppl with ZERO experience i can help to guide as well.
 

daredevil123

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I not up to the task yet la bros haha. But if got ppl with ZERO experience i can help to guide as well.
bro we say before already la...

don't have to be pro to be a senior guide mah...

as long as can share the basics... and you are certainly beyond basics already... LOL.

got buy remote or not ar? buy the china made ones... less than $10.
 

jeezuinn

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bro we say before already la...

don't have to be pro to be a senior guide mah...

as long as can share the basics... and you are certainly beyond basics already... LOL.

got buy remote or not ar? buy the china made ones... less than $10.
Eh. I FORGOT TO BUY AGAIN LOL. where should i buy ah? From shops or order online
 

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If you going to buy later by this week, please get 1 for me also..:sweat:
(for me made by PRC will do)
Thanks for putting my name up, bro! Although I don't think I belong to the "seniors" cat.. :embrass: (it's an honour no doubt) but please feel free to re-shuffle my name elsewhere where it fits.

Btw, being made by PRC not necessarily cheap... for instance... Nikon MC-DC2 cord (original) is made by PRC... :bsmilie:
 

jeezuinn

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If you going to buy later by this week, please get 1 for me also..:sweat:
(for me made by PRC will do)
We using different systems, i wont know what works for yours. Maybe you could give me a model name or something?
 

jeezuinn

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Thanks for putting my name up, bro! Although I don't think I belong to the "seniors" cat.. :embrass: (it's an honour no doubt) but please feel free to re-shuffle my name elsewhere where it fits.

Btw, being made by PRC not necessarily cheap... for instance... Nikon MC-DC2 cord (original) is made by PRC... :bsmilie:
Any store will do. OP or artworkz foto...
Thanks for the info! I'll just get a cheap one with basic functions.
 

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Btw peeps (newbies), one other homework I'd like to introduce to you guys, and that is knowing your lens better... please drop by: www.photozone.de and look for your lens, the one that you'll be using to shoot at the outing...

Some lenses are sharper at F/8 whilst others maybe sharper at F/11 (refer to the MTF resolution bar graphs). For landscapist photographers, generally they would prefer everything sharp (Center/Border/Extreme), but it will depend individual preferences of course... It would be nice to know which focal length you'll be most likely using also, most likely 18mm for kit lenses - but it will depend on composition and other things. However, it would be good to know everything (which is the sweetest and sharpest spot) about your lenses.

Hope the above would not be an overkill... :sweat:
 

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Numnumball

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Bro, confirm with u again later if i can come.. can reserve seat bor? :heart:

And Kit msg me, he might be coming aso (jus to catch up) .. Ho ho ho...
 

MGohzxc

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Hello, I put my name first... I will confirm tonight.
My Dad is outstation from tomorrow and will check with him later. Thanks:embrass:
 

ehping

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Hi guys, a question from newbie.

At Last Sat's outing, I understood that using a wide angle lens is a good one to shoot from the bridge. How about Promontory area?
 

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