June 23, 2010

I'm Ready For My Close-Up

Last month, my company had a team-building event up at Bukit Tinggi. I had already explored the place inside and out in my last trip and so, wasn't very keen on taking more photos of the buildings again.

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However, armed with my 17-70mm, I was interested to see what kind of landscape shots I could capture.



The sad thing was that the weather was not very cooperative but that meant some relief for us during the outdoor portion of the team-building.

I caught up with my old "friend", one of the swans near the lake just outside of Colmar Tropicale.

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I managed to get very close to the swan and I'd guess it was wondering if my camera dispensed any food!

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I didn't take many photos of Bukit Tinggi. I only managed to take a landscape of Colmar Tropicale from the top of the tower which I've turned into a miniature...

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I doubt I'll go up to Bukit Tinggi again so soon within these next couple of years. ;-)

7 comments:

  1. Love the tilt shift effect. Very nice. :)

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  2. You shot the last one with a tilt and shift lens? A mini Colmar.

    I like the first photo. Clever use of the frame :)

    I don't like Colmar. I think the place is over-rated and accommodation is way overpriced.

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  3. Hi Che-Cheh, Mei Teng...

    Che-Cheh - Thanks! I haven't done this effect in a while.

    Mei Teng - Didn't have a tilt-and-shift lens but used photoshop technique to simulate the tilt-n-shift effect. ;-)

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  4. wow....new lens....i wish to get a wide angle lens...

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  5. Hi via,

    Thanks! It's not exactly wide-angle but it's a standard zoom lens. I'm also aiming for wide-angle but not so soon. ;-)

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  6. hey great close up shot of the swan... sharp photos u've got.. what camera do u use?

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  7. That's really a close up with the swan. :D

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