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Old Jul 23, 2006, 9:16 PM   #21
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Beautiful work, you have some great architecture to work with. Keep it coming.

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Old Jul 24, 2006, 4:38 AM   #22
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thx guys for the comments... to get good replies from experienced user like roy ira sarah n kjell (to name a few) is somehow an inspiration for me.. i really appreciate that.. thx..!!

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Old Jul 24, 2006, 6:55 AM   #23
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hakeem, outstanding work!! looks like you are a night owl..i wish i were.. hope to see a lot more from you.

kjell, texas= over 15mil.
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I know this will come as a shock to you, but Texas isn't its own country, even though the last time I drove across it it seemed like it was.

Hakeem, those are really beautiful images!

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Old Jul 24, 2006, 8:56 AM   #24
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Tom, what do you mean Texas isn't a country! Hmmm!!!!!
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Old Jul 24, 2006, 3:18 PM   #25
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Great shots all of them. The opportunity to see something like this in personis probably the only thing that is better. This definitely has me wanting to explore and try night photography.

This forum has some real talent.
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Old Jul 24, 2006, 5:54 PM   #26
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Yeah, the expsosure is right on and that really is some interesting architecture,...however..... you might want to try to use a longer focal length lense. The wide angle lense that you used makes the buildings appear as if they are leaning inward
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Old Jul 24, 2006, 7:59 PM   #27
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....you might want to try to use a longer focal length lense. The wide angle lense that you used makes the buildings appear as if they are leaning inward
thx john for the comment.. ive just ordered my DA50-200mm... can't wait to receive them this wednesday..

here in malaysia it costs me RM810 (eq to USD230) with a hoya adapter (52-58mm).. i need this adapter so that i can use my collection of 58mm hoya filters (CPL, star-eight etc..)

i did a search on ebay n found a deal.. DA50-200mm ~USD160 (used).. i dont mind using a used item as long as the owner give some sort of guarantee but there was a shipping problem..:sad:

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