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    Wink Anyone up for a Sunday afternoon walk?? I would rather be hiking today!

    ..i don't really know where to put these pics, but any of you guys know where or what this place is??(if so, mind sharing your experience?) Or for that matter been up(and down) to(from) that place??..That's a pretty demanding trip, to say the least, don't you guys think??..hehe
    1. First - Lets take the tram up to the start of the trail.
    2. Now follow the path.
    3. Be sure to hold on to the "railing".
    4. Keep an eye on the person in front of you.
    5. Be very careful when passing someone going in the opposite direction.
    6. Now just up a few steps (they are on the left in the picture).
    7. Gets a little steeper here - so put your toes in the holes.
    8. A few more steps to go.
    9. Finally in sight.
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    Looked like a Suicide Walk.

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    Some Pics from HK Disney
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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Looked like a Suicide Walk.
    ..hehe, i almost cringe, esp. looking at those pics with the locks attached to the steels ..(remember those locks don't expand/stretch)..

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    omg Chris, this place is really interesting.
    Looking on the pics could scare someone already.

    Is it 100% safe? I think this place is somewhere in China.
    Maybe it's Tai Shan, Er Mei Shan etc.........???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Some Pics from HK Disney
    ants!!! I like the disney pictures especially the little minnie with the fountain!!!! anymore to share with us??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Thats the Lion King from HK Disneyland?
    Yup, was there on Monday. Exposure quite difficult, taking the photo with one hand is even more difficult (holding a 2 yr old in my left arm and camera with my right hand). I found spot metering more useful later on. But that was after this particular show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung
    Yup, was there on Monday. Exposure quite difficult, taking the photo with one hand is even more difficult (holding a 2 yr old in my left arm and camera with my right hand). I found spot metering more useful later on. But that was after this particular show.
    wao, you can hold it very steady with only one hand.
    Spot metering is more convenient to use as it accounts approx. 3.5% of viewfinder at center. I use it in every occassion. May need to adjust -1EV for the photo with fire because of high constrast.

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    photography is purely difficult for me... i'm using a nikon 5200.. oldschool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AChan
    wao, you can hold it very steady with only one hand.
    Spot metering is more convenient to use as it accounts approx. 3.5% of viewfinder at center. I use it in every occassion. May need to adjust -1EV for the photo with fire because of high constrast.
    Here is one with spot metering. Same show as the one Ants put up. I think my position is not as good as his was. I had to +1EV
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    Its cool that there are some fellow photo buffs from across the world on here!

    Here are a few shots from my most recent mission.

    Enjoy








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    Aaron!!! these pictures are amazing! It seems like in another space??!!haha......

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    Quote Originally Posted by tracyleesy
    Aaron!!! these pictures are amazing! It seems like in another space??!!haha......
    It is another space...It is called Cape Breton

    Not another place like it in the world!

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    really nice pics! just as tracy said. it looks like just another place rather than the earth!
    great jobs with slow shutter speed! did u use nd filter for those shots?

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    no filters were used for these shots. Although I do need a graduated ND filter badly. Shot two frames for each shot, one exposed for the sky and the other exposed for the foreground. I blended the two exposures in Photoshop to create what you see here...just an acurate representation of what the scene looked like to my eyes

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    Default Fisheye Pic With A Telephoto Lens!

    A just for fun shot from my assignment today.
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    cool.....they look shiny and heavy!!!!Red, hHow come I can't c u in the reflection of those safety helmet?? hehe~~~~

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