rural china

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  1. tonguey

    tonguey TPF Noob!

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    here are some photos i thought were pretty interesting. C&C more than welcome!!

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    thanks for looking
     
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    Nice shots,
    They seem a little underexposed though, kind of hard to see detail and stuff.
    Maybe its just my monitor though.
     
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    Nice set. The first one is beautiful in a very soothing way. I really like how you split the frame in half diagonally. The fog "shaping" the mountains is another plus for me. My only nitpick would be that the bottom half is a tad dark as compared to the top half.
     
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    Those are really good. I would love to be there with those photo opportunities. Did you explore the abandoned buildings at all?
     
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    I really like the mountains in the first one
     
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    you have an eye for things and it doent hurt you are in a beautiful area. the rocky one was my favorite, all are well composed
     
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    unfortunately i didnt get a chance to explore the abandoned buildings much. i wish i could have spent a little more time there. thanks for all the comments!
     
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    Nice shots! ...A little dark....but nice anyway!!

    :O)
     
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    Where is this? It reminds of a place I stayed at in New Zealand.
     
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    it's outside a small municipality in Northern China called Yin Chuan. it's actually very close to mongolia
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    very interesting area, thanks for sharing :thumbup:
     
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    I like the last one a lot. Darken the clouds a bit and bring out the shadow on the foreground and it would be even better
     

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