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Kook en Kuier - Cook and Chat / ManKos Bakdit Lys
« Last post by Colyn Serfontein on August 01, 2017, 12:32:28 PM »
Ek en Liana het so tydjie terug oor die ding begin geslels en toe noem ons so paar goed op wat ons nog wil bak of weer wil bak. Hier is die 5 goed waarop ons toe besluit het.

1. Jodetert - Dit hoef nie 'n tradisionele een te wees nie en al wat belangrik is, is dat die koek bestaan uit die dun lagies. Die vulsel is jou keuse.
2. Melktert - As jy wil kan jy jou eie deeg maak. Wat hier belangrik is, is dat die Melktert lyk soos 'n Tradisionele Melktert.
3. Pavlova - Weereens is die binnekant nie voorgeskryf nie. Die buitekant moet egter die bekende ding wees.
4. Macaroons - Grootte, smaak en geure is vrye keuse. Maar dit moet twee wees wat aanmekaargeplak is met 'n vulsel.
5. Eclairs - Die eintlike uitdaging hier is om die Choux of Soese te doen.

Hierdie is nie 'n kompetisie nie ... dis bloot 'n uitdaging.

PS ... Neem deel en gee nog voorstelle vir die lys.
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Kook en Kuier - Cook and Chat / Welkom by ManKos
« Last post by Colyn Serfontein on August 01, 2017, 12:10:37 PM »
Baie welkom aan die wat lus is om bietjie beter te gesels oor ManKos

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Digital Images / Re: A beautiful girl
« Last post by DerekSor on June 26, 2017, 08:47:11 AM »
Studio work is not my forte at all so I'll leave that to the expert review of testo max. It is just that something in the background, lamp or bed post, that detracts.

Welcome :)

Great pic, I think the lighting is perfect.
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Events / Re: LFKAV Salon Entries
« Last post by Colyn Serfontein on September 16, 2014, 12:01:35 PM »
I have notified the Salon organisers.
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Events / LFKAV Salon Entries
« Last post by Jeff Morris on September 08, 2014, 08:47:25 PM »
We have a postal strike in Gauteng. No counter to counter courier.

DHL does not deliver to PO Boxes. Please supply a street address for entries.

Regards, Jeff

(this is the link from www.pssa.co.za/clubs/mpumalanga/laeveld FK http://lfk.imagelink.co.za/forum/index.php )
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Digital Images / Re: Matric Dance Photos
« Last post by Grant Shearer on June 22, 2014, 03:06:45 PM »
Dankie  O0
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Digital Images / Re: Matric Dance Photos
« Last post by Colyn Serfontein on June 22, 2014, 02:41:38 PM »
Yep ... you may have to invest in a flash ... the 18-55 will do most of the work ... 55-200 may be too long most of the time at the short end.  A 17-85 or 18-200 is the right one for this.

Make sure you get some good shots that shows the dress well, then a few good couple shots of her and the partner and a few portraits of her.

The rest is mainly "street"{ type shots top reflect the mood and the guests.
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Digital Images / Re: Umhlanga sunrise
« Last post by Grant Shearer on June 21, 2014, 09:44:46 AM »
Grant you have some really great shots here. Well done.

Thank you
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Digital Images / Matric Dance Photos
« Last post by Grant Shearer on June 21, 2014, 09:43:58 AM »
good morning

I have a small challenge on my hands. A friends daughter has asked me to take her matric dance photographs in September.
Now being an appy motorsport and landscape photographer this is something completely new to me. So here I am asking for some advice, from everything to what is the best equipment (low budget) to be using, the types of shots I should be looking for, different poses, full photos, close ups etc.
Then what to watch for, shadows across the eyes, stray hairs, don't cut off the feet.
I have no idea yet whether the shoot will be indoors or outdoors, possibly both.

My current kit included
Canon 40D
EFS 18-55mm IS
EF 55-200mm 1:4.5-5.6 USM
EF 75-300mm 1:4-5.6 III USM
Tripod

I'm going to have to invest in a flash I suspect.
Then I'm thinking that the 55-200 is possibly the better of my choices. I do not want to be too in her face with the 50mm lens.
Or should I hire something better for the day?
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Digital Images / Re: Umhlanga sunrise
« Last post by Colyn Serfontein on May 26, 2014, 04:59:55 PM »
Grant you have some really great shots here. Well done.
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