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khairi
02-03-2005, 18:31
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v186/khairi/st01.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v186/khairi/_Street%20Photography/st15.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v186/khairi/_Street%20Photography/thelizard.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v186/khairi/_Street%20Photography/01_breakfast.jpg

khairi
02-03-2005, 18:35
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v186/khairi/01_panel_figure.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v186/khairi/Event_Firewerk_Esplanade_Singapore/04.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v186/khairi/_Street%20Photography/st08.jpg

JoeFriday
02-03-2005, 18:50
wow... I'm very impressed... they're very good.. and 'Breakfast at Joo Seng' is great!

nihraguk
02-03-2005, 19:29
great shots :) like them all, especially the very last one near raffles hospital :)

iMacfan
02-04-2005, 01:49
Superb shots!

Pherdinand
02-04-2005, 02:12
breakfast, panels are really great! And the very last one too.

Natalia
02-04-2005, 04:44
khairi, did you do your own processing and scan? I really like the very last one.

matu
02-04-2005, 06:41
khairi, did you do your own processing and scan? I really like the very last one.

Yes, they are very good pictures, give us a hint on how did you process your photos, please.

khairi
02-06-2005, 17:37
khairi, did you do your own processing and scan? I really like the very last one.
all shots were taken with either Fuji Superia 400 or Kodak 200HD
Send to photo lab and told them to scan the negatives to CD.
I later crop and process it using photoshop.

The ones that i did not process at all is that "Break at Joo Seng" and the Firework shot (which was handheld) using Fuji Superia 400 at f1.8.

Both the shots on Panels and the Lizard, i only increase the dark areas of the photo and that's it. done.

For the rest...I used channel mixer (photoshop) for the black and whites.

I use photoshop to do my black and whites because i have yet to set up a proper darkroom.

digitalox
02-06-2005, 20:26
Nice shots! Just proves that its the artist, not the camera that makes great images.