Comments on: Photography in Thailand http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2009/04/26/photography-in-thailand/ Wed, 10 Feb 2010 13:17:30 +0700 hourly 1 By: Talen http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2009/04/26/photography-in-thailand/comment-page-1/#comment-7081 Talen Tue, 28 Apr 2009 10:03:52 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=1743#comment-7081 I love taking shots of people...especially when they are just going about their business and don't know I'm there Wats and flowers come in a close second though. I'm in the market for another DSLR as well and something small that takes good night pics. I love taking shots of people…especially when they are just going about their business and don’t know I’m there Wats and flowers come in a close second though.

I’m in the market for another DSLR as well and something small that takes good night pics.

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By: Talen http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2009/04/26/photography-in-thailand/comment-page-1/#comment-7080 Talen Tue, 28 Apr 2009 10:01:52 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=1743#comment-7080 Malcolm, I sometimes think I take too many shots too but when I look at them I feel the same way. Malcolm, I sometimes think I take too many shots too but when I look at them I feel the same way.

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By: Talen http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2009/04/26/photography-in-thailand/comment-page-1/#comment-7079 Talen Tue, 28 Apr 2009 10:00:41 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=1743#comment-7079 The photo of the monks was a gift Martyn...I turned around and there they were. I have to agree with their looks...one looks resigned to his fate and the other looks a little pissed off. The photo of the monks was a gift Martyn…I turned around and there they were. I have to agree with their looks…one looks resigned to his fate and the other looks a little pissed off.

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By: BangkokDan http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2009/04/26/photography-in-thailand/comment-page-1/#comment-7078 BangkokDan Tue, 28 Apr 2009 05:22:59 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=1743#comment-7078 An important question you raise her Talen! I never leave the house without my camera. Missed too many nice shots. Which is why I recently downsized the equipment. The DSLR with the many lenses is gone, replaced by a small Leica, a gem of a camera. But for certain photography you can't do without certain primes and zooms. I'm soon again in the market for a decent DSLR - while I enjoy your photography. There are photographers who never shoot people. People, the most exciting objects/subjects, are a centerpiece of your images. <abbr><em>BangkokDans last blog post..<a href="http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/absolutelybangkok/~3/wu6lg7QYTuI/" rel="nofollow">Expat Women’s Voice</a></abbr></em> An important question you raise her Talen!

I never leave the house without my camera. Missed too many nice shots. Which is why I recently downsized the equipment. The DSLR with the many lenses is gone, replaced by a small Leica, a gem of a camera.

But for certain photography you can’t do without certain primes and zooms.

I’m soon again in the market for a decent DSLR – while I enjoy your photography. There are photographers who never shoot people.

People, the most exciting objects/subjects, are a centerpiece of your images.

BangkokDans last blog post..Expat Women’s Voice

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By: Mike http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2009/04/26/photography-in-thailand/comment-page-1/#comment-7069 Mike Sun, 26 Apr 2009 13:37:28 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=1743#comment-7069 Talen its usually family shots at home. Here I usually have the camera to hand, there are indeed so many opportunities. The young monks look like they might have just finished sweeping the Wat grounds! Great shot. <abbr><em>Mikes last blog post..<a href="http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheTeflDon/~3/G_nDODOmhhQ/week-in-review-6.html" rel="nofollow">Week in Review (6)</a></abbr></em> Talen its usually family shots at home. Here I usually have the camera to hand, there are indeed so many opportunities. The young monks look like they might have just finished sweeping the Wat grounds! Great shot.

Mikes last blog post..Week in Review (6)

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By: Malcolm http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2009/04/26/photography-in-thailand/comment-page-1/#comment-7068 Malcolm Sun, 26 Apr 2009 12:29:00 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=1743#comment-7068 Talen , like you I carry my camera with me always and a extra charged battery to. I took a few pics when in America of the kids and grandkids , , I remember so vacations we would get home and the camera would still be in the gloce box .BUT, not that I did not have a life before Ciejay, But my whole world changed when i meet her and I see everything and everyone in a whole different light . She has the heart of a angel ( not just me that thinks that ) and she has taught me so much about people and myself that I never realized , and I have been a pastor and preacher for 30 years . I guess some things can change and you can teach a old Dog new tricks ha ha . So I sometimes think I take to many and then when I look at them I love them all Malcolm You take some gtrat shots and I can see you thought in lots of them .. Super <abbr><em>Malcolms last blog post..<a href="http://malcolmandciejay.blogspot.com/2009/04/he-aint-heavy-hes-my-brother.html" rel="nofollow">"HE AIN'T HEAVY "HE'S MY BROTHER"</a></abbr></em> Talen , like you I carry my camera with me always and a extra charged battery to. I took a few pics when in America of the kids and grandkids , , I remember so vacations we would get home and the camera would still be in the gloce box .BUT, not that I did not have a life before Ciejay, But my whole world changed when i meet her and I see everything and everyone in a whole different light . She has the heart of a angel ( not just me that thinks that ) and she has taught me so much about people and myself that I never realized , and I have been a pastor and preacher for 30 years . I guess some things can change and you can teach a old Dog new tricks ha ha . So I sometimes think I take to many and then when I look at them I love them all Malcolm
You take some gtrat shots and I can see you thought in lots of them .. Super

Malcolms last blog post.."HE AIN’T HEAVY "HE’S MY BROTHER"

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By: Topics about Thailand » Archive » Photography in Thailand | Thailand Land of Smiles http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2009/04/26/photography-in-thailand/comment-page-1/#comment-7066 Topics about Thailand » Archive » Photography in Thailand | Thailand Land of Smiles Sun, 26 Apr 2009 07:02:28 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=1743#comment-7066 [...] Talen placed an observative post today on Photography in Thailand | Thailand Land of SmilesHere’s a quick excerptThailand is a rich source for photographers with it’s myriad of colors and interesting subjects. The family laughs at me because I always have my camera with me so I can capture any moment in time. When I don’t take my camera out I … [...] [...] Talen placed an observative post today on Photography in Thailand | Thailand Land of SmilesHere’s a quick excerptThailand is a rich source for photographers with it’s myriad of colors and interesting subjects. The family laughs at me because I always have my camera with me so I can capture any moment in time. When I don’t take my camera out I … [...]

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By: Martyn http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2009/04/26/photography-in-thailand/comment-page-1/#comment-7064 Martyn Sun, 26 Apr 2009 05:33:35 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=1743#comment-7064 Talen the thought that drives my photography is that one day I might get a half decent photo out of my cheap camera, but at £80 what can I expect. Next trip I will be making more use of Wilai's better and more expensive camera so fingers crossed I should get some decent shots. Excellent snap of the two young monks in the top photograph, although the look captured on their faces seems to be questioning whether it would be the life for them. <abbr><em>Martyns last blog post..<a href="http://www.thaisabai.org/?p=4891" rel="nofollow">$oi Dog Millionaires Episode Two</a></abbr></em> Talen the thought that drives my photography is that one day I might get a half decent photo out of my cheap camera, but at £80 what can I expect. Next trip I will be making more use of Wilai’s better and more expensive camera so fingers crossed I should get some decent shots. Excellent snap of the two young monks in the top photograph, although the look captured on their faces seems to be questioning whether it would be the life for them.

Martyns last blog post..$oi Dog Millionaires Episode Two

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