Newbie Photo of Jiuzhaigou


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mlwang

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I took this shot in Jiuzhaigou, China last Oct 2001. Hope u like it.

No special camera, just an Olympus P & S.
 

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P&S..... Try to shoot from a lower angle and closer to the tree? So that you get more of the lake and less of the tree... I feel that the framing tree is a little distracting... too much of it...
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Originally posted by Flare
P&S..... Try to shoot from a lower angle and closer to the tree? So that you get more of the lake and less of the tree... I feel that the framing tree is a little distracting... too much of it...
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I like it this way..but you have a point too!! Take both!!
 

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I like it this way..but you have a point too!! Take both!!
Thanks for all your comments, will take note next time :)

Jiuzhaigou is famous for its trees and water, that's why me a bit greedy, frame both together, may have overdone it on the trees. Thanks flare for pointing out.

Siron, I have more pictures with water only, will post when I finished the touching up :) You can swim there, provided you pay RMB 500, more than S$100 as a fine :D

But Zhang Yimou was filming when I was there, together with Maggie Cheung, Jet Li, Tony Leung on a new film called Hero, their divers had the permission to swim there :)
 

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Hmmmmm closed to public for swimming. wasted huh. Such a lovely sight.
cant imagine everyone swim at this scneic lake, with all the contaiminants of human beings. yucks... :p
 

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