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    Default a chinese photography website

    few months ago someone posted a taiwn / chinese photography website. I loss the URL. Will appreciate if someone can paste it here.

    tia.

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    Default Re: a chinese photography website

    Originally posted by ninelives
    few months ago someone posted a taiwn / chinese photography website. I loss the URL. Will appreciate if someone can paste it here.

    tia.
    is it dcviews.com ??
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    Default Re: Re: a chinese photography website

    Originally posted by digi~ET


    is it dcviews.com ??
    no, this one is in English .

    the site I refering to is all in Chinese.

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    Default Re: Re: Re: a chinese photography website

    Originally posted by ninelives


    no, this one is in English .

    the site I refering to is all in Chinese.

    paiseh ......typo.......^^|
    is this one? this is a taiwan site:

    http://dcview.com/

    or this? a hongkong one:

    http://dchome.net/
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    I noticed they call their potrait shots "mm".
    What does that stand for?

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    Originally posted by Zplus
    I noticed they call their potrait shots "mm".
    What does that stand for?
    where where???
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    Originally posted by Zplus
    I noticed they call their potrait shots "mm".
    What does that stand for?
    where where???
    DSLR newbie: 400D + Tamron 18-200mm + 50mm F1.8 (i simply love it!)
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    is this the one.... http://www.photosharp.com.tw/

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    Originally posted by Zplus
    I noticed they call their potrait shots "mm".
    What does that stand for?
    it's "mei3 mei2" in chinese, means chio bu in s'pore term... see more taiwanese show then u will know

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    thanks for all the links.

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