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Living life at its best

A geek's journal on things that did not matter the most.

Getting wet with the tripod :-)

Monday, April 19, 2010

Getting wet with the tripod :-), originally uploaded by vedd.

I promise this will be the last of the series for now. I think enough with smooth, silky water flows :-)

As mentioned in the previous two photos, this is also somewhere in Ulu Yam and the river is called Sungai Tua (Direct translation: Old River).

The previous Sungai Tua shots can be viewed here and here.

On an un-related note, I will be starting my new job tomorrow. Pretty excited if I might add :-)

Tech Specs: Manual digital blending from 5 exposures. For the long exposure part, it was done using Hoya ND400 filter. If you look closely, you will see a couple is enjoying the cool waters of the river.

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posted by vedd, 12:57 AM


Macam scene dalam Lord Of The Rings.
commented by Blogger pakkordi, 2:15 PM  
bro, just asking.. for the digital blending.. how do u get super sharp masking? pakai paintbrush with layering only.. or gune other techniques? ie around the stones or mana2 parts lah..tq
commented by Blogger ariencinariong, 6:44 PM  
ariencinariong: Google about local contrast enchancement + high pass sharpening :)
commented by Blogger vedd, 1:54 AM  

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