Zoo Photoshoot (20/1/2002) by megaweb


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Hi,

Today my photoshoot was using both SLR and digital camera. All these shots are handheld shots from DC (tripod is for SLR)..... no crop and resize using breezebrowser

is my hair RUAN ?

Shutter speed: 1/60 sec
Aperture: 3.5
Exposure mode: Av

attention !

Shutter speed: 1/125 sec
Aperture: 3.5
Exposure mode: Av

today the meat is like very tender ...

Shutter speed: 1/50 sec
Aperture: 3.5
Exposure mode: Av

where is my food ... ?

Shutter speed: 1/250 sec
Aperture: 3.5
Exposure mode: Av
 

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Do I look handsome today ?

Shutter speed: 1/80 sec
Aperture: 3.5
Exposure mode: Av

who say that pro 90 cannot take bird flying ? :D

Shutter speed: 1/800 sec
Aperture: 5.6
Exposure mode: Av
 

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nice shots!
 

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Great ones, megaweb, but I can't wait to see your slides! Esp the one of that spider you showed me...
 

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Thanks for all the NICE comments .. :)

tweek , my slides will make you go for slides taking soon .. !!! I am looking forward for my dragonfly slide shot ...


Originally posted by kamwai
sigh...no one post penguin again....
Zoo penguins are not nice .... need to go to JBP ..
:p
 

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Wow wow... great shots of the Meerkat, Raccon and flying Stork!! Wish I had stayed on longer but I really didn't have any suitable film for the fast flying Storks... :(
 

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Originally posted by Edmund
Wow wow... great shots of the Meerkat, Raccon and flying Stork!! Wish I had stayed on longer but I really didn't have any suitable film for the fast flying Storks... :(
Thanks Edmund ...

actually we ( keito , ichijo , willy and violett ) were lucky . We came out from the butterfly area at 1610 hrs and saw 1 of the zoo keeper was riding bicycle with a bucket of fish ... later heard a loud bell rang and many Storks were flying towards him ... saw more than 50 Storks were flying around ...
 

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Originally posted by megaweb


Thanks Edmund ...

actually we ( keito , ichijo , willy and violett ) were lucky . We came out from the butterfly area at 1610 hrs and saw 1 of the zoo keeper was riding bicycle with a bucket of fish ... later heard a loud bell rang and many Storks were flying towards him ... saw more than 50 Storks were flying around ...
Yes, thats the Storks feeding time, around 4.15pm . We do intend to go to the zoo to "camp" there sometime in one of the later Zoo trips because thats our best chance of improving our panning techniques. Also, it is a great chance to learn and understand your camera's metering well since it will be more difficult to get a perfectly exposed shot in this type of situation (contrasty sky vs largely white body of the storks and other darker colored parts of the storks). ;)
 

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Originally posted by Edmund
Yes, thats the Storks feeding time, around 4.15pm . We do intend to go to the zoo to "camp" there sometime in one of the later Zoo trips because thats our best chance of improving our panning techniques. Also, it is a great chance to learn and understand your camera's metering well since it will be more difficult to get a perfectly exposed shot in this type of situation (contrasty sky vs largely white body of the storks and other darker colored parts of the storks). ;)
wah ! got to spend a lot of $$ on slides to take such shots ... :D anyway it is worth it if it turn out good ...

maybe stand at the far end corner to take the storks against the trees ..


now then I know that the animals are active when come to feeding time .. make my membership worthwhile to go back to shoot those that I miss .. :D
 

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Originally posted by Edmund
We do intend to go to the zoo to "camp" there sometime in one of the later Zoo trips because thats our best chance of improving our panning techniques.
When??? When ??? When???? Can I join?

By the way, Megaweb, nice shots! :)


For this one, you should have followed Darren's advice to stand a little bit to the right to shoot against all green background instead of the tree trunks. They are quite distracting. Go back there again next week? :)
 

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Originally posted by rty


For this one, you should have followed Darren's advice to stand a little bit to the right to shoot against all green background instead of the tree trunks. They are quite distracting. Go back there again next week? :)
Thanks , rty ...

wah ! again .. me no problem ... let me know when u r going back .. but I won't be taking the whole day like last Sunday ...

Thanks for the advice ... I will try to take it against the green backgnd .. hmm .. 4 of my slides are in green backgnd .. yeah !!! ...
 

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