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  • Lishui China Photography Festival

    by Ellenboughn | 17th of August, 2009

    I have been invited to be a guest curator at this international festival. I would like to have comments from anyone who has attended in the past or who can tell me more about the city of Lishui. See Article
  • A Whale of a Tale

    by Ellenboughn | 30th of July, 2008

    Taking photos of giant marine mammals can be tricky. First of all, they simply can’t be counted on to show up on set on time. Whale watching tour companies chart the movement of known pods and individuals to ensure that their trips offer the most likely chances of seeing... More
  • The New China

    by Ellenboughn | 12th of March, 2008

    The world prepares to visit China in great numbers for the 2008 Olympics. Many visitors may be surprised at the extent of China’s expansion. According to Businessweek, “China will soon be home to the world's largest airport, the world's first fully sustainable city, and... More
  • Happy assignment, again; 10 approved and $250 !

    by Xy52nemo | 16th of May, 2016

    Joined the assignment "see me working", submitted 12 files in total (resubmitted 2 files for they were refused), 10 approved, all using sell the right. Got $250 from it, very happy though selling the right:) Here are some of the images.              ... More
  • Four videos online!!

    by Agarwalrobin | 16th of May, 2016

    Hello friends, I want to share my videos, let me know your valuable feedback :) Ice Candy Slush Machine Road Construction Speed Wave Ride Snack Preparation                More
  • Chinese food, food photography

    by Cowboyyang | 21st of April, 2016

      Not everyone will take a heavy SLR camera to eat every time, if you want to bring a reflective plate, or homemade light source, then it is more exaggerated. Can make good food, you will be able to take good photos. Light is the major problem of indoor shooting food, some... More
  • The South sea of China

    by Cowboyyang | 17th of April, 2016

        Southeast China known as the South China Sea region, there are two different range and name, Chinese South Sea is purely geographical area, the South China Sea sovereignty is China region, South Sea Chinese nine line field. 1. the South Sea Chinese: International... More
  • Beautiful cheongsam show

    by 11483899 | 17th of March, 2016

    >During the Qing dynasty, certain social strata emerged. Among them were the Banners , mostly Manchu, who as a group were called Banner People pinyin: qí rén). Manchu women typically wore a one-piece dress that retrospectively came to be known as the qípáo Manchu: sijigiyan... More
  • Yellow Mountain: 7 additional formats in one day

    by Apers | 13th of March, 2016

    End 2014 I made a challenging trip to Yellow Mountain: bus, cable car, and a climb. The area is really spectacular, with the fog hanging between the peak-shaped mountains. I had taken my Nikon D800 and 16-35mm wide angle lens (quite a load). The pictures capture the atmosphere... More
  • Pudong Shanghai for 18 hours passing

    by Leonwang302 | 9th of March, 2016

    I took plane from Hongkong Airport to Vancouver Canada and passed by Shanghai Pudong international Airport on Feb 25th 2016.but I had to staying in Pudong airport until next day at 1pm. so I decided to take some time to visit downtown Shanghai.   I took the Cifu train... More
  • Xi'an Bell Tower, China

    by Herotop | 19th of February, 2016

    Xi ′ an Bell Tower has been kept in perfect condition,the longest existing one in Chinese history, and also the biggest and most complete one.Standing on the Xi'an Bell Tower, we can see the north, south, east and west city gates.The Bell Tower is the geographical center... More
  • Why People Love Bird Watching?

    by Mabelsmith | 13th of February, 2016

      In a photographer’s world birds will surely have a nice place of their own as that’s the connection between. But interesting thing is that bird watching is just about the most well-known hobbies in the world too. I would like to share something about bird watching... More
  • Chinese cuisine

    by Baoshengrulai | 4th of January, 2016

    Spring Festival is one of the most distinctive traditional festivals in China. It is generally referred to as the new year's Eve and the first day of the first month. In the folk, the traditional sense of the Spring Festival is refers to from the wax from the eighth day of... More
  • Merry Christmas!

    by 11483899 | 24th of December, 2015

    >Christmas in business operations in China has become increasingly busy, especially more important than almost become a Chinese New Year festival at the mall. Although most Chinese people do not believe in Christianity. But the festival excitement level in shopping malls,... More
  • Trip to Nam Sang Wai (China. Hong Kong)

    by Tungtung1107 | 25th of November, 2015

    Crisscrossed by the Kam Tin River and Shan Pui River, Nam Sang Wai‘s rustic scenery attracts bird-watchers, cyclists and picnickers, as well as photographers and even film crews. You can explore the area along a network of paths. This landscape of (mostly abandoned) farms... More
  • EXPO 2015 at Milan

    by Ninoak | 24th of November, 2015

        Immediately after entering EXPO space the Gigant figures made of food are waiting for visitors to be seen.  and Urugvay.   Chinese had very interesting snake like skin in red color,   while Italian was in pure white with interesting cuttings.     It was... More
  • Yellow Mountain - Huangshan

    by Apers | 21st of November, 2015

    As CS professor at a Dutch university I travel every now and then to China. Besides visiting universities I like to go to special places to take pictures. Last year I went to Yellow Mountain (Huangshan). With the fog between the pointed mountains it looks like a fairy... More
  • Hangzhou and West Lake Information

    by Angelaostafichuk | 17th of November, 2015

    A few years ago I went to China and ended up in Hangzhou. To be honest I wasn't supposed to go there. I wanted to go all the way up North but the only train tickets available were for standing room and the ride was 50 hours long from Beijing so I told myself next time! If... More
  • Graffiti In Hong Kong China

    by Tungtung1107 | 12th of November, 2015

    Do You Believe that. There have a Graffiti in Industrial Zone?     Yes. That's it. In Hong Kong. There have a street call How Ming Street. At 71 How Ming Street , Kwun Tong, Hong Kong. And You can Find it in Google Map Street View. you can see the view Location... More
  • Asian female model

    by Tea | 24th of September, 2015

    Took some photos of Chinese teenager girl. She is not professional model, and even more... She is never posing before. May be I wrong, but I feel that Asian culture not so open as western and for many Asian people very diffucult posing for camera, so, my advice, if you work... More

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