Thursday, January 6, 2011

Going Through My Old Hard Drive

I found my old hard drive where I used to back-up pictures from my previous D3000. Was skimming through the pictures in it when i realized there were really alot of shots which I had not looked at before.






Like this shot of this old lady playing the piano whilst being passed by the huge crowd in Orchard Road which i took while I was in Singapore a year ago.





Or these two shots of the heart of KL.






Looking back at old pictures and comparing them to pictures now i realize how far i had to come from holding a camera for the first time to having proper shoots. Sorry about the "noobness" in these shots they were taken a way while back when i first bought my camera.

17 comments:

  1. I like pics no. 3 and no. 4. Nice feeling!

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  2. I love the cinematic mood of your photos. Did you change just the white balance alone? Or contrast and saturation?

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  3. hey! The last pic is shoooo epic!! How did you do that?!

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  4. I like the heart of KL picture! :D

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  5. I like 4. Love her cute face >.<

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  6. like the pic number 2...gorgeous

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  7. did you just edit them or did you find them like that? overedited imho.

    but I'm glad that you yourself see that you are improving. and if not noted, at a very fast rate. I'm very happy for you.

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  8. hey all those photo u do it.. ? looks nice.. im not sure if overedited to me.. i just think it is awesomely great !

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  9. Darran : erm try these settings: Exposure +0.50, Brightness +57 Contrast +68 Clarity +52 Saturation +18 Highlights: Hue 78 Saturation +68, Shadows Hue 233 Saturation +78 i call this the "Melvin Lomo effect setting" lol. Spend loads of time tweaking this settings

    Eunice:It's a long exposure thats why i managed to capture a "sense" of movement

    Keane: Yes i edit them except the picture of phei yee, thats a scan of my lomo film camera.

    Tikoss: Yes all those photos were taken a long while back when I first bought my first DSLR.I found them recently in my old hard disc where i used to back up my photos to

    Thanks guys for your comments :)

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  10. OMG!the second and the last picture is awesome! Keep on taking nice pictures ya :)))

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  11. Pretty pictures! I wish I could take awesome pictures like how you took :)

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