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Post by Admin on Sun 04 May 2008, 17:43

This is my all-time favourite picture.. I name it "JUMP"



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Post by nicholas_khoo on Mon 05 May 2008, 17:55

hehehehe...very cute leh! hehe...very very well captured bro!
There seems to be a tilt to the left. Maybe u might want to correct it?
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Post by Admin on Mon 05 May 2008, 18:12

This photo was taken on purpose while tilted.. Keke!! So that it will look more artistic instead of old school type..


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Post by daveghard on Tue 06 May 2008, 09:07

heheheh, tilted horizon? hmmmm this one can be easily corrected using photoshop...

how about cropping the pic and make ur subject only the water....coz it looks like some kind of animals....hehehe convert to macro.....

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Post by Admin on Tue 06 May 2008, 09:12

If my photo only shows the water, it will defeat my purpose of this photo of showing where the water jump from and the impact of the height they jump..

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Post by nicholas_khoo on Tue 06 May 2008, 11:19

daveghard wrote:heheheh, tilted horizon? hmmmm this one can be easily corrected using photoshop...

how about cropping the pic and make ur subject only the water....coz it looks like some kind of animals....hehehe convert to macro.....

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Ya! Now that u mention....it reminded me to the green stuff in the movie Flubber? hehehehehe...the scientist acted by robin williams who created this super high energy can talk and dance green gel subject which can make the car fly..hehehe...this water motion looked so much like it. hehehe....
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Post by Admin on Tue 06 May 2008, 11:44

Precisely, that is the feeling that I wan the picture to portray...

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Post by daveghard on Fri 09 May 2008, 14:44

nicholas_khoo wrote:
daveghard wrote:heheheh, tilted horizon? hmmmm this one can be easily corrected using photoshop...

how about cropping the pic and make ur subject only the water....coz it looks like some kind of animals....hehehe convert to macro.....

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Ya! Now that u mention....it reminded me to the green stuff in the movie Flubber? hehehehehe...the scientist acted by robin williams who created this super high energy can talk and dance green gel subject which can make the car fly..hehehe...this water motion looked so much like it. hehehe....


hahahaha yeah thats what i mean the Flubber to be look like!!! (i have not mention before coz i forgot the spelling Fluver? or flubber?)thats y im thinking of cropping it and making it green to be like flubber.....hahahaha just some suggestion only....

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Very cute

Post by latinsnake on Sat 10 May 2008, 02:20

Hi guys think it looks like mutated sperm. I like this photo. The colours and the shutter speed is unbelievable!!! Good job brudder!!!
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