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    PC Fair Girls

    KLCC Convention Centre.
    13 December 2008.
    PIKOM PC Fair.












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    Times are really bad. They're using boys to entice you too!






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    Hmm.. no idea whether the admins would allow this.
    Supposed to be a family orientated forum. =d
    Don't mistake me for my age. I'm only 19


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    Quote Originally Posted by zerowindez
    Hmm.. no idea whether the admins would allow this.
    Supposed to be a family orientated forum. =d
    Are you saying that the PC Fair is targeted at adults only, meaning pictures taken there cannot be uploaded here?

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    I am not saying that with certainty.
    I am just not sure whether the admins would allow this.
    IIRC, pictures of race queens from the JapanGT are not allowed it seems.
    Well, since the PC Fair girls are dressed in a more decent manner, I guess posting them here will be fine.
    Don't mistake me for my age. I'm only 19


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    GT also a family affair and so was KLPF..both were public affairs but I got a warning. So how?

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    Wah! I tot it was harmless. pc fair girls oso kenot post ar?
    To be on the safe side, mebbe next year I should post photos of pc fair BOYS only.

    Mebbe some people are touchy on seeing bare mid-riffs.
    If dress like dis below, I think should be quite safe here.




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    3 things.

    1. we're living in the 21st century, not the stone age.

    2. as long as these beauties (both females and males ) are seen in gahmen approved shows, why can't pics of them be posted here?

    3. a thing of beauty should be flaunted. period.

    one more thing. choopy, thanks for your posts. brill!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugarfree
    3 things.

    1. we're living in the 21st century, not the stone age.

    2. as long as these beauties (both females and males ) are seen in gahmen approved shows, why can't pics of them be posted here?

    3. a thing of beauty should be flaunted. period.

    one more thing. choopy, thanks for your posts. brill!
    Just for discussion purpose and being a devil's advocate here

    1. I have heard this 'modern age' justification for some many things that I actually find it a bit of a illogical. Actually in stone age people wear less clothes, right?

    2. What do you mean by gahmen approved shows? Anyway, a different angle or a different framing of a same person can make a shot innocent or make it suggestive.

    3. Not being an old prude, but what if the bikini model is your 16 year old daughter? Would you still let her flaunt it?

    I guess there is a thin line where acceptability of model pictures are concerned. Throw in cultural and religious differences, we would have a big grey area. Different people has different level of determining a picture is 'innocent' or 'not innocent'.

    I'm a amatuer photographer myself. I have taken pictures on my teenage niece that family members feel are innocent but I have gotten feedback from others that the pictures are too risque. So how? This is one question I don't know how to answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cypaq
    Actually in stone age people wear less clothes, right?
    true but if nothing is left to the imagination, then it isn’t really all that much fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by cypaq
    What do you mean by gahmen approved shows?
    meaning, any public shows that the gahmen doesn’t threaten to close down or ban…in other words, approved lor…like F1, PC Fair and so on.

    Quote Originally Posted by cypaq
    Not being an old prude, but what if the bikini model is your 16 year old daughter? Would you still let her flaunt it?
    if I didn’t make it clear, my apologies. when i said a thing of beauty was to be flaunted, i was not referring to underage girls. all along we are talking about race queens, car models and the like in here and they are all of legal age, aren't they? so, yes, i was referring to these legal babes only, not underage girls.

    you’re right about the part on cultural & religious differences. different people do have different interpretations of what is acceptable and unacceptable. i’d say, live and let live.
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    Thanks for sharing your thoughts guys.
    This is like opening the pandora's box on moral decency.
    Here's some of my personal thoughts from the photography point of view.
    It all depends who the moral guardian is and his area of jurisdiction.
    I'll shoot anything in any public event. In this instance the moral guardian is the organiser of the event. If he allows it, I'll shoot it.
    In private, YOU the photographer is your own moral guardian. You decide what you want to shoot.
    The problem arises when deciding where you wish to post your photos.
    Decency levels of acceptance vary in cyberspace and the physical world too.
    Over here in our little photography sub-forum, the moral guardian is the administrator.
    He decides what can be posted. If he says no gt girls, no f1 girls, no motorshow girls, no pc fair girls, no catwalk girls. Then tough luck for us lah.
    From a photographer's point of view, all the above should be allowed to be posted especially in a photography forum.
    Anything that's arty but not smutty is okay for me. In an established photography website like photo.net, nudity is allowed. But then, where to draw the line?

    As our community matures through time hopefully gt/pc fair type of photos will be allowed in future. The sooner the better!


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    Choopy.. Don't worry..it's ok to post decent pictures up it's those not so mature that adds salt and pepper that spoils the whole thing..So just post where you see fit..Just remember this is a community forum and not a dedicated Photography site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefly
    ...it's those not so mature that adds salt and pepper that spoils the whole thing..
    You're absolutely right there, firefly.
    The photographer who posted the photos shouldnt be blamed.
    At all times it's the immature, irrelevant and hamsup comments that are non-related to photography by others that spoil the show.
    Try that in photo.net you'll be instantly banished by their admins. No such thing as bananas whether fried or unfried.

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