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    Smile China Trip Pics

    Went to China for a 1 week trip, was on tour with my mum. We travelled to various places near Chengdu, Jiu Zai Gou, Moi Ni Gou, Er Mei San and Le San.

    Here are some of my trip pics, enjoy!

    Pictures here

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    Luv them all, very post card like !! welldone !

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    I'm Lovin It~! Nice photos~! What camera and setting u use for those shot?

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    Nice lei Kavana! U really know how to compose your shots well, must learn from you manz!
    Cant help but ask, any post editing done?
    Keep shooting.
    See you on Sat.

    Cheewooi: Kavana uses the Panasonic FZ-10.

    Cheers
    Joseph.

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    Gald you like it. Some pic levels, some USM, some just leave it as it is.

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    头可断,血可流,倩女不可不追求 carpe diem,when in doubt, hoot first,apologise later:p GALLERY

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    Fantastic...

    I love the "jiu zhai gou-panda lake".

    Snap on!

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    Hey Kavan,
    Nice series of works especially the landscape/scenery

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    wua! nice shots eh! u've got a beri cute red panda. haha..

    jus curious, i noticed "journey along the path" shot have very dark street
    details. is it a characteristic of photos taken with digicam in general or
    more becos of pana FZ series ?

    if its the pana, which i'm using la but very new to digi-photography,
    is there a way to brighten the street w/o over exposing the sky at the
    camera level or PS to compensate for it?

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    I think all camera like this, use my powershot A70 also like this, the only way out is through blending...well in this case the whole sky was white in the first place so I didn't use blending.

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    Did you do any post process for all your photo ?

    Some photo is rather soft .
    Last edited by arowana; 4th May 2005 at 09:52 AM.

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    in post #5, stated that some I just leave it as it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kavana
    I think all camera like this, use my powershot A70 also like this, the only way out is through blending...well in this case the whole sky was white in the first place so I didn't use blending.
    thks for the reply kavana! at least now i know cos got the same problem
    with my fz20....and its irritating lo.

    ano...what is blending? can i do it with photoshop?
    if not will have to wait till the sky is darker before shooting. haha
    Last edited by Yuna; 4th May 2005 at 07:53 PM.

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    i found my answer already! this is the link :

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tu...blending.shtml

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    yup that's the one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kavana
    in post #5, stated that some I just leave it as it is.

    thanks for the great photo bro..

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    Wow! beautiful gallery of China. Love the Jiu Zhai Gou pics. Especially the panda lake....

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    Kavana, you took internal flight to Jiu Zhai Gou or travel by road?

    was there 4.5 years ago, had to travelled by road, take me nearly 2 days to reach 9 Zhai Gou from Chengdu, and the roads are well known to be a killer road, where many tourists died along the way due to road accidents.

    Your pic make me really gian on 9 zhai gou again, hmm good to travel in Late Oct, when the leaves turn red, the scenery is simply spectacular

    Which travel agency you travel with? You enter 9 zhai gou once or twice?

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    lol. yes the roads are still a killer, keep shaking like mad, the bus almost colided with a car head on (heng the bus driver skills are pro). Took abt two days, first we travelled halfway to mian yang then we travelled to Jiu Zhai Gou.

    Ya it susposed to look spectecular on the 10th month, oh well....

    I think the agency called Super or something, went to Jiu Zhai Gou once.

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