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Old 12-18-2010, 07:47 AM
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Old 12-18-2010, 11:23 AM
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There I heard some young Chinese Nikonians at my back saying in cantonese that, "This guy is using Canon, his pictures cannot be good until where one...". I never know Canon is that bad... Hahaha...
Good series as usual. Lovely shots.

I can only make one remark about those people. I feel that they are still new to photographyand totally misinformed. If they have taken photos long enough they will understand the pros and cons of each camera. The D3 series and the 1 series are great cameras each having their strengths of their own only if the user knows how to maximize it's potential. I used to be like them...this camera no good that camera no good but only to find out in the end that actually my SKILLS no good...Hahahaha. So I eat the humble pie.

Your photos are great. Keep it up bro.
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Old 12-18-2010, 02:01 PM
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yet again, really nice pics from you. I guess I should save up and get the 85mm too one day juuuuuust wondering...did u manage to get the girl at the lexus section? I think she's indian...
I think might miss it... I even miss the prettiest Agnes where I cannot find here : (

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Good series as usual. Lovely shots.

I can only make one remark about those people. I feel that they are still new to photographyand totally misinformed. If they have taken photos long enough they will understand the pros and cons of each camera. The D3 series and the 1 series are great cameras each having their strengths of their own only if the user knows how to maximize it's potential. I used to be like them...this camera no good that camera no good but only to find out in the end that actually my SKILLS no good...Hahahaha. So I eat the humble pie.

Your photos are great. Keep it up bro.
Yeah... I used to have both Canon and Nikon and keep blaming on equipments that if I can have this and that, my pictures will be better... The day I stop complaiting, people actually told me my pictures improved... Even I still dun have profesional camera like D3 and 1D series...
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Nice job.... Me myself admit cannot play wit the ambient light... Pro...!! can teach how you play wit the flash???
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Old 12-18-2010, 02:06 PM
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Nice job.... Me myself admit cannot play wit the ambient light... Pro...!! can teach how you play wit the flash???
FYI, most of my pictures here are without flash... But I do know I have some unfair advantages here... hehehe..

Btw, the only way to improve flashing is.... keep on practising... Shoot more... Never think talk more or read more can help anything about it... Just like driving a car, you cannot learn on how to drive a car by reading anything... or talk to the experts... Just do it.
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FYI, most of my pictures here are without flash... But I do know I have some unfair advantages here... hehehe..

Btw, the only way to improve flashing is.... keep on practising... Shoot more... Never think talk more or read more can help anything about it... Just like driving a car, you cannot learn on how to drive a car by reading anything... or talk to the experts... Just do it.
o.0.... thanks for advise... using full frame camera?? wow.. impress.... !!
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FYI, most of my pictures here are without flash... But I do know I have some unfair advantages here... hehehe..

Btw, the only way to improve flashing is.... keep on practising... Shoot more... Never think talk more or read more can help anything about it... Just like driving a car, you cannot learn on how to drive a car by reading anything... or talk to the experts... Just do it.
I can't agree with you more. Read, study people's photos and practice practice practice.
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Old 12-18-2010, 04:56 PM
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o.0.... thanks for advise... using full frame camera?? wow.. impress.... !!
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I can't agree with you more. Read, study people's photos and practice practice practice.
FYI, I had never attended any photography semiar nor photography classes... Just shoot more and you will have your own thinking.. own style... : )
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How come no pix from the Lexus and Toyota booth wan? :p
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