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Old Dec 19, 2005, 7:17 AM   #1
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Took these photos during the weekend at one of the family park in singapore. Comments are welcome.


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bravo doublechin!

#2 is outstanding...
Do you want to follow the footsteps of tchuanye?
Singapore seem to be a good place for well composed macros.
This is beyond your 6T, so you have a dcr250 now?
Please continue this good work.

Thanks for sharing!
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Thank you very muchSeemolf,

It has been quite some time. Haven't been shooting much.

Yes, you are right. I was very much inspired by Tchuanye work. Didn't really understand the use and importance of bounce flash untill I saw his wonderful shots. He is my role model to follow.

These shots are taken with Tamron 90mm Macro lens that gives you 1:1 life size with my DSLR Minolta 5D. Pretty amazing lens.

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..Yes, you are right. I was very much inspired by Tchuanye work. Didn't really understand the use and importance of bounce flash untill I saw his wonderful shots. He is my role model to follow.

These shots are taken with Tamron 90mm Macro lens that gives you 1:1 life size with my DSLR Minolta 5D. Pretty amazing lens.
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Did you ever meet tchuanye?

I solved my bouncing problems some time ago. My son helps me- searching objects, he is closer to the target! - and holding slave flashes.

Your sensor is bigger than ours now, does the aperture compensate this effect? Which aperture do you use? The Tamron is an amazing lens, this could be my next lens fora nikon dslr (around 2007).

I am looking forward to new shots from your side!

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this is my latest work:

http://sgsg.zoto.com/galleries/gamber/




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