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    Default Beijing Photoshoot

    I will be in Beijing for work related purposes in July and is contemplating to find a shoot buddy for photo taking over the weekends.

    Can either source for the local models for portraiture shoot or lets go for landscape shoot.

    Was wondering are there any CS-er currently based in Beijing or happens to be in Beijing in July? Can also go Wukesong together. Time to stock up on accessories.

    Please PM me. Thanks.
    Last edited by w3iw3n; 1st July 2009 at 01:40 PM.
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    i go Beijing from time to time but hardly do any shoots.. If you are going, just pm me the dates and if i am there maybe we can do something together..

    The last time i went shooting, i rented a taxi and go to the Great Wall at Si Ma Tai... very nice place and not crowded like Ba Da Ling (yet to visit).

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    i would advice avoiding si ma tai ond other old great olds during winter

    nice leaves at ba da chu during autumn

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    Wah, i envy those who are gg... Up for you. Hope that you find some gd and kind people to hang out with. Photography brings people together! Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by n0eln0el View Post
    i would advice avoiding si ma tai ond other old great olds during winter

    nice leaves at ba da chu during autumn
    Yup... during winter, Si Ma Tai will be freezing. I think Ba Da Ling still ok as my relatives went there the year before during Christmas period, cold but less crowded.

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