Beijing

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Dougie, Feb 25, 2007.

  1. Dougie

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    I was lucky enough to be able to visit Beijing last Summer. Here's a shot of High rise Beijing style........


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    Pointers and criticism welcome folks. I tried to clean up the shot, but I'm putting it down to the smog for that. Probably could have been a bit sharper?
     
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    I am sure it was the smog. I love this picture. It seems like legos for building instead of actual buildings! I can't believe how neat this picture is. I like it.
     
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    Great point of view

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    I don't see any apartment rental signs......

    This is a "wow" shot
     
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    Nothing to say except "good work" - the haze is definitely from the air, I doubt you could have sharpened it. Only been to Beijing once, several years ago, but this definitely brings back memories of how the place felt, not just the look. Nicely captured.

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