Friday, December 30, 2005

Photography of rose petals



Rose Petals

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Blogger cyber-red said...

my suggestion is that would it be nicer if fresh petals were used?

hehe..

11:12 pm, December 30, 2005  
Blogger Lao Chen said...

Oh, yes you are right. Thanks.
There was a dried rose around so i just dismembered it and did not think of getting a fresh one.

If i do another one with fresh flowers you get honourable mention. :)

2:21 am, December 31, 2005  
Blogger shifty said...

i may be a tad bit too early but heck, I HAVE NO INTERNET when it is too late anyway!! lol.

soooo .... Happy New Year!!! lol.

2:36 am, December 31, 2005  
Blogger Asyraf Lee said...

You have good stuff here dewd :)

8:45 am, December 31, 2005  
Anonymous Adrian said...

TYW! Is that the transparent bowl we use for sauce?!??!! LOL... I'm now positive that we only use it for photography... :D

Ad

10:56 am, December 31, 2005  
Blogger Lao Chen said...

ob!ique:
Yes, happy new year to you too. At least you have a connection at the office and at the university.

The Eligible Bachelor:
Thank you, come back when you are free!

Adrian:
No, its the large white ceramic plate that i always use, with a wine glass borrowed from The Architect.

1:02 pm, December 31, 2005  
Blogger Dr. Tan said...

yeng..yeng *pak sau*

6:11 pm, December 31, 2005  
Blogger vic said...

I think fresh petals would not be able to produce the strong colour contrast which makes this shot so good.

By the way Mr Tan, what software do you use to type those maths equations? Need to learn how to use them for a project next term.

5:30 pm, January 01, 2006  
Blogger Lao Chen said...

Those are merely MS Word's equation editor, then print-screened and the image cropped to the desired size.

Not sure if you are familiar with equation editor, so here goes:

Right click the tool bar, and 'customise'. From the left menu, select 'insert'. Then, on the right menu, scroll down about half the way down and look for the equation editor. its symbol is a red and blue sqrt(alpha beta), just fyi. Drag that and drop into any of the tool bars. If you had taken the standard installation routine with MS Office, i doubt you'll have the software available. When you click on the editor it will prompt you to insert the office CD et al.

It's fine for engineers and probably most scientists, but it does lack a few mathematical objects like the proper N, Z, Q, R and C number field symbols.

9:27 pm, January 01, 2006  

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