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Old Jul 4, 2007, 7:56 AM   #1
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Old Jul 4, 2007, 8:01 AM   #2
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Reflection.

The time was 6:45pm something and the location was the berthing place of fishing boats under a flyover. The aperture was f11, fixed for the 1000mm Mirror Reflex. ISO at around 640. The shutter speed 1/40th of a second. The problem was to prevent vibration from shutter release, a tiny bit of it might affect sharpness.

Obviously, 1 is better than in sharpness.
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Old Jul 4, 2007, 1:33 PM   #3
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Very nice, especially # 1. Quite unique composition.

I do enjoy your pictures. As I live on the other side of the world (Western Canada), your picture subjects seem quite exotic and beautiful.

Please keep posting.


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Reflection.

The time was 6:45pm something and the location was the berthing place of fishing boats under a flyover. The aperture was f11, fixed for the 1000mm Mirror Reflex. ISO at around 640. The shutter speed 1/40th of a second. The problem was to prevent vibration from shutter release, a tiny bit of it might affect sharpness.

Obviously, 1 is better than in sharpness.
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Very nice! I like how crisp #1 is.
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Old Jul 4, 2007, 3:17 PM   #5
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#1 may be sharper in detail, but #2 I would hang on my wall.
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Old Jul 4, 2007, 9:04 PM   #6
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Sincerethanks to you all for viewing and giving comments.

lesmore 49:

Have to say that it is very fortunate for me to be born in Hong Kong, a place where, most people say, one can find a lot of interestingthings to shoot on, e.g. monuments, peoples of different ethnicity, temples, churches, artefacts of the traditional way of living, and constructions of the modern times (e.g. theHong Kong Bank headquartersandBank of China headquarter in Central, Hong Kong).

Of course, I have to say we do have quite anumber ofbirdand butterfly species here in Hong Kong as well as a large piece of wetland wherebirds in both the northern and southern hemispheresflock to in the course of migration. You have to search for them as they appear rarelyin the city landscape.

Provided that our government keeps on doing the work of environment preservation, all the beautiful natural reserves here in Hong Kongwill continue to survive and replenish themselvesat a rate they see fit.


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