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Shanghai Impression
Lens: Supertakumar 35mm/3.5 Camera: Pentax LX Photo Location: Shanghai ISO: 100 
Posted By: henryjing, 07-21-2010, 12:47 AM

I bought a lot of B&W from Adam before I came here.
Now I have developped 6 rolls, and I post-processed some, here are 6 pics.

Shanghai's music is not rock, nor hip-hop


NPC. a famous clothing-style shop on Changle RD.


GUCCI on Changle RD.


This is "IN"


Huaihai Zhong RD.



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07-21-2010, 01:08 AM   #2
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A nice series. I think the first shot is the best, and you've definitely captured some interesting moments in the other shots. The BW also helps, IMO.

However, a lot of these seem too busy for me. There's just so much going on that the images are hard to focus on. Perhaps some cropping here and there would help alleviate this. For example, in the last image, everything to the right of the sign is irrelevant, right?

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You are right. But this is SHANGHAI, a city of huge population.
for the last image, i could cut the right side, but I didn't. I think, cut pic in the post-process is a bad habbit. I will try my best when I shoot..


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A nice series. I think the first shot is the best, and you've definitely captured some interesting moments in the other shots. The BW also helps, IMO.

However, a lot of these seem too busy for me. There's just so much going on that the images are hard to focus on. Perhaps some cropping here and there would help alleviate this. For example, in the last image, everything to the right of the sign is irrelevant, right?
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