The ChinaTown - We knew..


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LOTUSfairy

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Had a great morning and afternoon with fellow CSers and the food...woooahh...

So, here's my 1st attempt on Chinatown..
.lots of structures, lots of colours, lots of "unique" people (which I dare not take, later kanna hum-tum! ).

and lots of sun (panting all the way..)

The R(A)s...


Yeah..I stayed on top of you!


Sleek Flats


Upcoming Avant Garde Temple

 

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Prison Break?


Spin on the Spiral Stairways


They must have AIRCONs...lots of them


Old ChinaTown, New Chinatown
 

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Activities!!!!!!


Short of Money?


Huat ah!!


Huat Ah!! Downunder?


Shun Shun!
 

Kit

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I think more care should be taken for each shot to iron out the minute details. Try to cover less but cover well. Take this as a recce session to discover the potential of Chinatown and go back again with a plan. So the next time you go back, you won't be looking for things to shoot, you'd be thinking of how best those subjects can be shot and I guarantee you, the pictures will be even better.
 

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I think more care should be taken for each shot to iron out the minute details. Try to cover less but cover well. Take this as a recce session to discover the potential of Chinatown and go back again with a plan. So the next time you go back, you won't be looking for things to shoot, you'd be thinking of how best those subjects can be shot and I guarantee you, the pictures will be even better.

true true..that's what i was thinking....;)
 

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Hi,

Maybe you try converting some of them to high contrast B&W. Especially those with less colours.
 

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Hi,

Maybe you try converting some of them to high contrast B&W. Especially those with less colours.
okidoki..let me try...until i get my PC and photoshop...:embrass:
 

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