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Bangkok, Thailand

Postby audioman » Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:30 am

Hi Everyone

Just got back from 8 steamy days in Bangkok (the weather, that is).

If you love photography, you need to go to Thailand! The people are friendly, the scenery is so different, you will absolutely love it.

Below a few pics from around Bangkok, please visit my new website to see the complete album at

A big surprise was the low light everywhere due to continual cloud cover, it is the rainy season after all. Mucho high ISO needed.

Regards to all

used my Nikon D7100, Nikkor 18-200, Sigma 10-20.

DSC_1609 by durakore, on Flickr

DSC_1574 by durakore, on Flickr

DSC_1537 by durakore, on Flickr

DSC_1475 by durakore, on Flickr
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Re: Bangkok, Thailand

Postby 4xxxx » Mon Oct 07, 2013 1:07 am

Interesting set Colin, I agree the scenery is so different for westerners. Its good to sample life in another country.

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Re: Bangkok, Thailand

Postby pierovera » Sun Oct 20, 2013 2:31 am

Nice shots! Despite my tendency to dislike noise, I believe that here you captured some great moments, and as 4xxxx said, it's quite interesting for people in different places in the world to see other people's life and surroundings represented in pictures. Well at least I like it a lot. Good job :)
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Re: Bangkok, Thailand

Postby DaveS » Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:32 am

A nice collection of pictures.

Especially like the first one, and the night shot of the bridge.

The use of a high ISO is quite evident in the 'noise, but better a noisy shot, than no shot at all.

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Re: Bangkok, Thailand

Postby SamGC » Tue Feb 25, 2014 12:54 pm

That one with the flag is great! I assume nothing has actually happens to it? It looks like its been chewed away. Apocalyptic almost
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