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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Burning Skies, End of Day

Back from a long break from blogging. I've been busy with a lot of things, especially since my college life is starting all over. Apologies to those who visited my blog.

Went to Bagan Lalang with a bunch of friends to celebrate the birthday of a friend. Shot photos of the sun going down, so slowly, until it was totally swallowed by the sea. Here are the photos.

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My first sunset photo-shoot. It's not the best, but I felt really good and satisfied, although there are obvious grains in my photos, because I forgot to change the ISO setting for a few photos.

That's all for this post.
Woolala~

6 comments:

Satkuru said...

i haven't tried sunset shoots yet :P probably when i am back in penang i should try :D

finally an update :D

angelinemiss said...

hmm.. the shoots not so nice.. it's not easy i know.. but nvm.. practise makes perfect~~~ :)GAMBATEEE AA!!!!!

yay.. at last u've updated ur blog! wee~

Bell said...

Yalor! So many "grains" of sand in the first photo! Hee hee! Just kidding. Photos are still beautiful la :) I love sunsets! Of course Sunrise is just as beautiful... but u have to be up at 5am or earlier to see it...

Aaron@AxiaL said...

Satkuru:
lol thanks lah~
Yeah well sunsets are not really easy to shoot, like, I don't know how to explain here. lol~

Angeline:
Ya lor. Not so nice. lol~
Thanks for your support :)

Bell:
Seriously got noise ler. lol~
Oh so I should try sunrise photos too. lol~

Hugo Lim said...

ohh you have updated your blog! :P
try HDR sunset.. result is astonishing!

Anonymous said...

...please where can I buy a unicorn?

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