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Old 20-04-2012, 11:37 AM   #61
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Thank so much bro ngelo for the comments.

I have done as necessary.

Wow, so much different from the earlier photo.

Hope to see you again soon.


Not bad bro. Need to crop it out will be much better.
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Old 20-04-2012, 05:44 PM   #62
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Yes bro, you're very right. The photo needs cropping.

But what is my most concerned now is to get the photo as near as possible to angelo's photo. The setup and how the photo should be. Now, I have almost achieved my target, only the right fish I don't have yet! Any sponsors? He he!

You know what, on that Sunday while at Serangoon CC, when I couldn't get my speedlite working, I was so fumed to myself! So mad, that I feel like running out of the place and get to know why my Nikon SB600 wasn't working. My sense was that it has spoilt because I didn't use it for quite some time.

But what my mistake was, I failed to do just one step before getting speedlite to fire. And now, I already know the reason why and I am so happy with the result.

Cheers bro and thks for the suggestion!
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Old 20-04-2012, 07:04 PM   #63
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mnoor, how about this?

- Cooler tone
- Cropped with more space infront for the fish to "see".
- Fish is in the middle vertically.

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Old 20-04-2012, 07:30 PM   #64
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Angelo, the photo is so interesting after your editing.

You're really a good tutor!

Thank you so much.
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Old 20-04-2012, 08:20 PM   #65
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Haha. Somemore now got watermark alr. Haha. But that's a good shot bro mnoor. Having good photography is one thing, we must also have nice specimens. But with nice pictures we can pique the interest of other Singaporeans get more of them interested in guppies cheers bros. let's all work towards raising the profile of guppy breeding in singapore.
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Old 21-04-2012, 12:57 AM   #66
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You're very right bro, I agree.
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Old 21-04-2012, 03:43 PM   #67
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Thank you for sharing some photo close to Angelo.

You are using Nikon SB600 with only one remote flash triggered by the camera.

Could you share what is the cost of your camera, macro lens plus one remote flash ?

Around $2000 to $2500 ?

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Sharing the results after the photography session with bro Angelo, and I must say thank you very much to him. Plus my setup which is almost the same as being taught.

And my not so good male also, he he!
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Old 21-04-2012, 05:06 PM   #68
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swee man...

wonder if it is possible to archieve with a Point-N-Shoot camera.
Don't achieve what a DSLR does, but at least decent shot. Any camera expert can advise on the setup?
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Old 21-04-2012, 11:02 PM   #69
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Don't achieve what a DSLR does, but at least decent shot. Any camera expert can advise on the setup?
Hu hu, I am not an expert but just giving an opinion.

I am not sure whether any PNS camera can do Nikon CLS or Canon camera for that matter, if it does, then it is possible.

Check up with your camera manual whether off hook flash can be done with your PNS. If can, then you can also achieve what we have done last Sunday.
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Old 21-04-2012, 11:16 PM   #70
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Thank you for sharing some photo close to Angelo.

You are using Nikon SB600 with only one remote flash triggered by the camera.

Could you share what is the cost of your camera, macro lens plus one remote flash ?

Around $2000 to $2500 ?

Chiu
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Here are the cost involved

Nikon D70s around $1200/-
Nikon SB600 around $600+
Tamron SP Di AF 90mm Macro 1:1 around $600/-
(all above items purchased at least 4 years back and the price quoted were around that amount because I can't remember the exact $).

Pls check your camera manual whether the built-in flash can be used as a slave unit during flash photography operation. If can, then your camera can also achieve what my D70s can do.
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