a busy China

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6 thoughts on “a busy China

  1. Nice pictures. Did you take them, or just collecting?

  2. Wow, the shots of the soldiers marching are just fantastic. Some of the best photos I have seen in a while. 🙂

  3. I’m enjoying your site.The first photo is particularly marvellous. How does one get that blurred movement? I’d like to try it. Did you use a tripod to prevent shake?

    • Thank you! The blurred movement in the photos was actually a botched attempt at getting the soldiers to appear still and their background to be blurry. So I was holding the camera while trying to pivot at the same speed as their march. Instead it all turned out blurry. 🙂

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