Winter Wonderland in China, Beautiful Snowscapes
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Relevant Links fo China landscape:
| The Beauty of China : Scenic Landscapes in Huanglong and Nine-village Valley |
| The Beauty of China : Fascinating Landscapes in Winter |
Beautiful Scene of mountains, snow-covered mountain Peaks (Vol.1) |
Wallpapers about Mountains and lakes, mountain-chain Landscape :
| Beautiful Scene of mountains, snow-covered mountain peaks (Vol.2) |
| Beautiful Scene of mountains, snow-covered mountain peaks (Vol.3) |
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Capture Winter Landscapes
1. Concentrate on the lighting.
Just briskly walk outdoors and start to observe sunrise and sunset. This will be an exercise and at the same time you can capture some wonderful winter landscapes. Many who take winter landscapes believe that sunset or sunrise will look good only during summer. This is not true. Think of your subject and then choose the light based on your subject.
2. Concentrate on composition.
What is composition? It deals with organizing elements or things. A neatly organized picture definitely looks great. Decide on what you wish to capture. If you want to capture those beautiful trees covered with snow, try capturing scenes where trees are the main subject; don’t capture scenes where you have so many people around and there are only few snow laden trees.
3. Photograph patterns.
Have you captured those pictures or patterns formed on sand in the beaches during summer? You can do the same with ice in winter. Look whether there is a pattern. Go in for capturing 2-d or two-dimensional images in the ice. The best way to take 2-d shots is by looking the scene with one eye closed. When you do this, you might feel that what you thought to be a great scene is really not worth capturing.
4. Learn about proper exposure.
Exposure plays a vital role when you capture winter landscapes. Have you felt that a stunning scene that you captured in your camera looked very vague when you transferred it to your computer monitor? This is what happens when proper exposure is not given. Every type of file has its own exposure level; for example, what is right exposure for a JPEG file may not be right for a GIF file or a PNG file. Try to capture things that are simple rather capturing complicated images or pictures. Zoom only when necessary.
- 2. Photo: Winter Snow Pine Trees, Songhua River Snowscape, China
- 3. Photo: Winter Snow Pine, Fascinating Snowscape in China
- 4. Photo: Snow Covered Pine Trees, Fascinating Snowscape in China
- 5. Photo: Winter Snow Pine, Fascinating Snowscape in China
- 6. Photo: pines and stone steps covering snow , Snowscape in Huangshan
- 7. Photo: Winter Snow Pine, Fascinating Snowscape in China
- 8. Photo: Snow-covered trees on Wusong Island, Jilin,China
- 9. Photo: Winter Snow Pine, Fascinating Snowscape in China
- 10. Photo: sunlight through Snowy Tree, fascinating Snowscape in China
- 11. Photo: Upward view of snow pines in blue sky, Songhua River, Jilin
- 12. Beautiful China - Winter snowscapes Wallpapers
- 13. Beautiful China - Winter snowscapes Wallpapers
- 14. Photo: Winter in China - Snowy Forest and Foggy Mountain
- 15.Photo: sunlight shining over snowy mountain, winter snwoccape
- 16. Beautiful China - Winter snowscapes Wallpapers
- 17. Beautiful China - Winter snowscapes Wallpapers
- 18. Beautiful China - Winter snowscapes Wallpapers
- 19. Photo: Winter Snow Pine, Fascinating Snowscape in China
- 20. Photo: Beautiful China - Snow Mountain Under blue sky
- 21. Photo: Snow covered mountain stream, winter snowscape