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    Re: Pasigraphers



    Cant see your link.
    CHASEing the dream.

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    Re: Pasigraphers

    Quote Originally Posted by Caloy Iblasin View Post
    Pasig is very close to my heart
    when i was in my infancy we used to leave in rosario, i moved to bacolod to pasay to cavite and now i am back in rosario pasig by chance. .

    i would agree with gerald if PSB will adapt us then why not this thread is not formed to divide a group but to unite a group right?

    @johann i didnt know you are also from pasig bro hehe good to know that. .

    sorry for my soooo late reply. didn't had the chance to browse this thread. anyway I'm actually located in Pasig/Cainta, our village is partly pasig and partly cainta. My house is located in the middle

    when will be the next photowalk?

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    Photowalk! Yey!

    The last typhoon gave me eerie feelings about losing my camera again.
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    Guys,

    The Scott Kelby Pasig II leg will be at the Kapasigan, De Castro, Manggahan, Rosario, Floodway, C Raymundo areas, and majority of those who joined will be doing street photography, and will be scheduled in the morning of October 1.

    The Scott Kelby Pasig I leg will be the Ortigas Center area, in the afternoon of October 1.

    So if you notice a bunch of photographers walking around these areas, they're doing the WWPW
    Pasig Shutter Bugs

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    Hi guys! Finally got my DSLR.

    Hope to join you guys soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchoiUrasoko View Post
    Hi guys! Finally got my DSLR.

    Hope to join you guys soon.

    Congratulations! Happy shooting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchoiUrasoko View Post
    Hi guys! Finally got my DSLR.

    Hope to join you guys soon.
    Congratulations!
    CHASEing the dream.

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    Thank you, Sirs! I'm a bit overwhelmed with the buttons though.
    Been reading the manual since I got it. Seems like I've been reading the manual more
    than I've been using the camera. Hehe

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    Keep on shooting!
    CHASEing the dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchoiUrasoko View Post
    Thank you, Sirs! I'm a bit overwhelmed with the buttons though.
    Been reading the manual since I got it. Seems like I've been reading the manual more
    than I've been using the camera. Hehe
    That's the whole point It's actually easier to tweak your camera if you have read and understood the contents of the manual by heart So it's normal that you get to spend a lot of time reading the manual first, than by actually clicking the shutter.


    Next step is to practice what's in the manual, by shooting and tweaking the functions of your camera. This way you get to know what each function really does This helps a lot if you want your camera to function based on your own shooting style


    Concentrate first on the type of photography you liked best, as you are still learning to use your camera

    Never loose the fun, passion and relaxation in this hobby

    Good morning
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