Shanghai

Discussion in 'Locations' started by Darren Bradley, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. Darren Bradley

    Darren Bradley Active Member

    Took a quick trip to China this past summer while working in Korea. Here are a few of the shots:

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  2. Darren Turner

    Darren Turner XProPhotographer

    Another great set of images, 2 is awesome i guess its looking up or maybe down the insides of the building in image 3....!!

    The last one is also a favourite, with the temple, people & the Chinese writing...............great work..........!!

    Daz
     
    Last edited: Apr 11, 2011
  3. Hamish Gill

    Hamish Gill Well-Known Member

    You really seem to have the nack of capturing the culture Darren ...
    the second one is awesome!
    Do you submit your images for stock?
    you should consider it if not!
     
  4. Chris Dodkin

    Chris Dodkin West Coast Correspondent

    Wow - 1-3 really are something else

    Which lens(es) on #2 and #3?
     
  5. Darren Bradley

    Darren Bradley Active Member

    Thanks, guys!
    Darren - That image is looking down from the top 30 floors of the Hyatt Hotel in the Jin Mao Tower in Pudong, Shanghai. It's one of the tallest buildings in the world. The hotel starts at the 56th floor. What you see below is the lobby.

    Hamish - I've never considered stock before, but I like the idea. I'll have to look into it. If you have any suggestions on where to turn, I'd appreciate it.

    Chris - Sorry I forgot to put the lens and shot data on there. All three are from my 17mm TS-E. If I ever forget or get lazy on putting the data down, you can always click on the photos. It'll send you to my Flickr stream. From there, you can find all of the EXIF data for each linked in the upper right hand corner (where it says "...taken with a 5D Mark II").
     
  6. Hamish Gill

    Hamish Gill Well-Known Member

    not a clue ... i have asked a man who does know ... if we are lucky he might pop by and help!
     

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