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PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2008 8:54 am 
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hi, im a beginner here, the following pictures are taken by my d40x. welcome to give any comments thks.
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These pictures are nice cao, although its a MUST for people to take the pictures of the twin tower in Malaysia, hahahaha

I think picture one is a little underexposed. It is either that or thet streetlight is in the way :P :P. Nice anlge of the Maxis building anyway ;)

I especially like picture 2. What ISO did u take this on?

Good job overall ;)


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Did you intend to catch the street light in the first image? I think it takes away from the lighting of the towers although it does make for an interesting shot. The second image is very nice - I like it a lot.

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to be honest guys, i randomly took these pictures when i just bought the camera, so they r pretty much test shots.

and i have no idea what iso is when i took it, until i found out this site. Gorden's tutorial helps me a lot.

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Cao, I like the second best. The first is good too, altho the streetlight is distracting. If they're your first pics, I can't wait to see what you come up with as you go along. :D

Excellent choice of camera too :lol:

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Cao, I like the second best. The first is good too, altho the streetlight is distracting. If they're your first pics, I can't wait to see what you come up with as you go along. :D

Excellent choice of camera too :lol:


hey thanks a lot. im going for a road trip next week, going for snowboarding and hot spring. hopefully i will cum up something good.


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here is the place where im going for hot spring. the city is call Rotorua it is somewhere in north island of New Zealand. i took these picture last year. hopefully i will take some better one with my new camera and all the technique i learn so far.



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