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Old 09-17-2008, 01:10 AM
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i enjoy ur series so much! u have a pair of sharp eye!
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It seems like u were shooting mostly with ur super-wide and tele... didn't observe many standard range... mind sharing ur gear packing experience? I have yet to bring my gears for an oversea trip.
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all very beautiful captures..
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Excellent series. Thanks for sharing with us interesting moments in Bangkok.
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Lovely series
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very nice
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really..really good!!!
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Thanks for sharing your prespective on Bangkok life. I love this series. It's very well done.
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Nice series .... thank you for sharing your Bangkok experience with us ... you rock
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Wow, from a tourist became a journalist, great photo's there CK, would have expect normal image but this one from U a sure something.

Great work, keep em' caming
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great job!
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I think these shots are really good. Thumbs up for you.
I like to see more... curi curi sikit
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there is no more for the series.
let's keep on waiting till the next series na...

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Definitely one of the best series I've seen so far. Thumbs up!
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These are very nice images indeed. And quite a number of impressive shots showing the real life that goes on in BKK. You've captured the mood quite well.
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sucessful travel!
nicely done..
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i enjoy ur series so much! u have a pair of sharp eye!
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It seems like u were shooting mostly with ur super-wide and tele... didn't observe many standard range... mind sharing ur gear packing experience? I have yet to bring my gears for an oversea trip.
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all item i used for the trip...
12-24 EX HSM Sigma -- my wide-angle zoom.
10-20 EX HSM Sigma -- borrow this from friend who walk together.
18-50 EX DC Sigma -- walk around with confidence.
Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 -- the best for candid.
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 -- i use this for only few shots.

for minimize load... i recommend 18-50mm for normal range and 85mm for low light situation.

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Very nicely done and throughly enjoyed viewing them. What can I say... very 'National Geographic' like, especially the shots on Bat.
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i love ur perspective . normally i would never take a look at Thailand photos. but urs are just so interesting.
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for minimize load... i recommend 18-50mm for normal range and 85mm for low light situation.
I agree with ur combination. I am going to get an 85mm f/1.8 as my tele and that's it. Forget about the 70-200. I m not going to carry that to travel
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Old 09-18-2008, 09:57 PM
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Very nicely done and throughly enjoyed viewing them. What can I say... very 'National Geographic' like, especially the shots on Bat.
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i love ur perspective . normally i would never take a look at Thailand photos. but urs are just so interesting.
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I agree with ur combination. I am going to get an 85mm f/1.8 as my tele and that's it. Forget about the 70-200. I m not going to carry that to travel
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Yeah agrees, nice collection here. Some of the candid portraiture really give the 'street' feel.
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CK, very nice series. thank you for sharing.

Kinda like the 2 pic of the railway stn and also the rain scene.

Hope that one day can also drop by there.
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