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    Default Guilin Cablecar

    This was taken in Guilin China on the way down to the cablecar station.



    It was my first experience of this kind of photo taking and once a life time may be.
    As you can see, we are free to move about unlike our cablecar station in Sentosa.

    Appreciate your comments on the following
    Composition
    Lighting
    wow factor (if any)

    How would you overcome the difficult of taking photo under such condition as I recall back now I,m a little scared to death

    Thank you.
    Cheers,

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    This is a snapshot is it? Well not sure what I can comment except the pic looks pixelated on my PC, shot looks tilted thou I understand you may be scared to death at that time , lighting and composition wise is ok.

    My advise, just enjoy the ride the next time!
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    I think its ok, does show the cable car pretty well. Just that you have to watch out the towers, they are slanted.....tourists will think that they are really so scary.

    Keep shooting and you will get this (getting the item straight) into you.

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    before going up the cable car, must decide whether to use wide lens or tele lens... got time to change lens, but no guts to do it....hahaha

    And remember must use shutter priority till 1/250 to counter handshake...hahaha
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    Default Re: Guilin Cablecar

    Thank you, sin77, lastboltnut & yehosaphat for all your comments.
    I should have corrected the towers slanted in photoshop.

    Cheers,

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