Beijing, China Landscapes

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Various shots from the Great Wall, Forbidden City, Tienamen, Tientan, and the Summer Palace. Enjoy!

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Wow, what an excellent collection. The colours are really crisp and there's not a hint of haze in the landscapes, I'm surprised.

Cheers

Neil
Tokyo - Haze R Us
 
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The ones I like the most are 2-11-14-15.

What make me like 2 is a very small detail, the red spot near the top of the picture.
 
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Thank you for sharing these images Nate!! I hope to someday visit that area of the world, but for now your pictures make me feel like I am already there!! Thanks!! :D :D :D :D
 
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Hi Natelam,

This series is wonderfull. Especially like your prespective on the Great Wall.

Thanks for posting

Regards

RFC
 
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Great shots, reminds me of my last visit, wonderful city.

I really like the bicycle shot, the rust colours and the perfect compostition makes it so appealing. The underpass with the couple walking is also a great shot.

Nice!!


Joel.
 
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Everytime I see pictures of China, I heave a deep sigh of regret. "Why oh why I did'nt go there when I was in Hong Kong?"

Thanks for the picture tour. You've captured some wonderful images.

sarhento
 
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Wonderful, just wonderful....I too vote for the bicycle as the best of the bunch....although they are all fantastic shots....
 
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Bohdan said:
Excellent series...and simply but nicely framed.

Do you have a photoshop action for this frame?


Bohdan
Thank you again everybody for your more than kind comments.

Bohdan, I do have an action for the frame, I could e-mail but really it's so easy:

Duplicate layers
Reset swatches
Select background layer
Increase canvas size .5" in each side relative
Reverse swatches
Increase canvas size .5" in each side relative
Select top layer
Add stroke, drop shadow
Export (Save to web - folder: Autosaved Photos)
Close

I also have added a watermark in the past or a signature, but I find that this simple frame does well for my photos.
 
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