Friday, April 17, 2009

rileks la..

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25 comments:

  1. Wah.. wah... nice la. Love the landscapes shots :). Like the 5th. however composition could be better kot.

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  2. yeah i know..its a bit weird & i felt sumthing wrong bout it..thx anyway tuan syed :)

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  3. hehe seperti pernah aku kesana, tapi bila ya? ehe

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  4. rarza.
    foto2 kamu menarik..

    *sy xtahu ape2 pon pasal photograph pun..
    tp bila tgok pic2 ni rasa cm sgt menarik perhatian..

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  5. pal7 : menarik perhatian?..ermmm thanks anyway..memang minat amik gamabr ni...kadang saya boleh nampak yg istimewa melalui lensa kamera dgn apa yg org boleh nmpk melalui mata kasar :). i love photography...dan saya bermula dengan camera handphone sahaja..semua org boleh buat..hanya creativity sahaja yg membezakan :)..cubalah :

    **apa hal aku merapu ni.. :)

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  6. good handjob bro... semakin pro shoot gambar ek

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  7. Beautiful place, Thanks for a very nice post..........

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  8. Vecation picture is really beautiful...Nice Picture post...

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  9. Then set a fairly small aperture (which helps you get a bigger DOF, so more of them are in focus). Also try a few at bigger apertures for more background blur.

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  10. Start with the b&w image. Add a new colour fill layer above, of the tint you like. Set it's Blend Mode to 'Colour'. Adjust the opacity until it looks how you want. Flatten and save as another named file.

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  11. ... when characters are not racing at breakneck speed, the movie as a whole ceases to move.

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  12. i love photography...dan saya bermula dengan camera handphone sahaja..semua org boleh buat..

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  13. Set it's Blend Mode to 'Colour'. Adjust the opacity until it looks how you want. Flatten and save as another named file.

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  14. Very good article. It always come down to good content that people are interested in. Thank you for the guidelines.

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  15. Then set a fairly small aperture (which helps you get a bigger DOF, so more of them are in focus). Also try a few at bigger apertures for more background blur.

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  16. I love to go beach side at time of summer. the openness is catching people of their place, so recommend to go there when you free for work and have some work off.

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  17. Nice clicks! These pictire are so awesum!
    Juzt beautiful!!
    I Freaking love your blog..
    *Thumbs Up*

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