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Discussion in 'Badminton Photography' started by red00ecstrat, Aug 21, 2006.
If those photos are lurker's work (and I assume they are), he should have been credited in that thread
lurker, are u the one who snapped all those photos/???
Japan tour Jul2008
we eat the most poison fish (Puffer fish) in the world.... the extremely expensive sashimi.
Japan tour Jul2008
we eat the whale sashimi.
yea.. i did
same to most if not all the photos that i have posted
here are some more pics of melbourne, taken tonight.
Digital Infrared Photography
Have u guys ever tried shooting infrared film in the past? Never? Doesn't matter! Now we will be able to achieve the same effect pretty easily with a little digital point and shoot camera! Why using a digital P&S rather than using a dslr? Check this out! http://www.nature-photography-central.com/DigitalInfraredPhotography.html
Have fun! And I hope u guys will post some of your infrared photos here in the future!
love the pics of melborne - the reflection of the lights in the water is great!
i was covering an friendly ultimate frisbee competition this weekend -
you can see all my pics from the day here :
http://s264.photobucket.com/albums/ii199/bigcoops/Ultimate Frisbee 2008/
all shot with a canon 75-300mm, a new buy taking my lens collection to 4 different lenses, it's becoming a good habit
Mini Me, is this the famous Yarra River?
yes it's the yarra river. the first 2 pics of the cbd were taken from near the rowing boatsheds. the 3rd pic was taken from swanston bridge, showing the world's tallest residential building, eureka tower, in the centre, and melb's 2nd tallest building, rialto, on the far right (opposite side of the river from eureka tower).
I took these photos at the Singapore Botanical Gardens during my photography lesson. All comments and criticism are welcome
One for the road...
Your colours are so brilliant... it makes me envious
And, wow, you got a Singaporean honey(bee) to pose for you!
The Yarra River is famous for the wrong reasons. Recent events have turn from good to bad for the Yarra River.
Photos never lie???
That pic was taken by an archer with his EXILIM EX-F1. It hasn't been retouched!
Who said photos never lie!
Very perty bow! Red, do you have more photos of this bow?
I believe it's either a Hoyt Proelite or a Hoyt Ultraelite but I don't have many photos of it. Sorry Pete.
The message that I wanted to bring out was we shouldn't totally trust the modern digital photography! Look at the fletching,the nock and also the moving direction of that arrow!
I have discussed with some archers in an archery forum and our conclusion was that. An unreal image might be created when the scanning direction of a color sensor fight against a very fast moving object. Depending on how we hold that camera (scanning direction of a sensor) and the direction of that fast moving object.
So, I think conventional film photography is more "trustable"!!!
Very nice photos of the lion dance. Which camera are you using Loh?
I'm a badminton fan. Been watching the Olympics especially badminton streaming video via nbc's website.
As you probably know badminton and soccer don't get any coverage at all here in the US.
If not for this website http://www.nbcolympics.com/badminton/index.html, I wouldn't know anything until hours later.
I started this blog since I was watching so much of the action.
That pork chop on the grill looks good kwun. Making me hungry.
Guess what they are watching?