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Old Jul 28, 2007, 7:52 PM   #1
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This afternoon I went to a local mall and there was some kind of a fashion show of a line of product called Club Soda . The theme was that Club Soda will make your wardrobe pop! And the host was called Sodaliscious Clothing. Cool name I believe. But I am so - so about fashion and all my clothings are fashioned or geared for the 80s (info from my daughters)


I am an entirely fashion illiterate and I got a few quick snap shots before heading out for a couple of errands . Only resizing with no pp at all
















I have no clue as to the purpose of those Chinese characters on their faces? Somewhat like watermark as in some people pictures?


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Old Jul 28, 2007, 8:25 PM   #2
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nice shots daniel,
what does the character mean ??

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Old Jul 28, 2007, 8:42 PM   #3
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nice shots daniel,
what does the character mean ??

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Thanks for taking time to comment

I have no idea but this may shed some light.

http://www.sodaliscious.com/

Somewhat like the one on the 2nd one means ' strength' - in a very cryptic manner I believe

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Hi Daniel,

Somehow you manage to show up where the pretty girls are -- with your camera . . . How does that keep happening? . . .:shock:

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Nice portraits, good lighting, well done.
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Old Jul 29, 2007, 5:18 PM   #6
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With pretty girls, who really cares about the clothing!



Nice shots Daniel - always the right place place and time with the girls and your camera.



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Old Jul 29, 2007, 7:06 PM   #7
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Somehow you manage to show up where the pretty girls are -- with your camera . . . How does that keep happening? . . .:shock:

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scott,
i've been wondering the same thing.. i mean just look at his avatar.

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Hi Daniel,

Somehow you manage to show up where the pretty girls are -- with your camera . . . How does that keep happening? . . .:shock:

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scott,
i've been wondering the same thing.. i mean just look at his avatar.

roy
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Thanks for looking. I would call this candid shots only. Definitely not very professional. Picturewise they are ok. I am exploring portrait shots without a decent portrait lens in between 55 to 85mm. Still groping my way.

Roy & Scott,
I find woman shots a lot more appealing to me at least. Or they are easier to find in Toronto

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danielchtong wrote:
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Hi Daniel,

Somehow you manage to show up where the pretty girls are -- with your camera . . . How does that keep happening? . . .:shock:

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scott,
i've been wondering the same thing.. i mean just look at his avatar.

roy
Rodney, Scott, Dal and Roy
Thanks for looking. I would call this candid shots only. Definitely not very professional. Picturewise they are ok. I am exploring portrait shots without a decent portrait lens in between 55 to 85mm. Still groping my way.

Roy & Scott,
I find woman shots a lot more appealing to me at least. Or they are easier to find in Toronto

Daniel
Love that comment " Still groping my way"!!!
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danielchtong wrote:
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I find woman shots a lot more appealing to me at least. Or they are easier to find in Toronto
Agree! But don't you ever have to knock down a wall or a bodyguard or anything??

BTW I accidentally met the "knock down a wall"-girl today. I mentioned I had used her portrait to show the capacity of a lens and she was very flattered by your comment and extend her greetings to Toronto and you.:bye:

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