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China Workshop 2005

Member's Photographs

The photographs on this page were taken by some of the members of my October, 2005
China Expedition and Workshop.

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Coleman Fung


Misty Cliff

Yunhai

Cliffs of Huangshan

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Paul Elson

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Thomas Knoll


The Card Player

Ridges

Fishing

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Mark Segal

Mark Segal: Mark is a Toronto-based consultant in energy economics and has been making photographs for the past five decades. He made the photographs on this page with his Canon 1Ds and Canon 24~105mm F/4 L zoom lens at ISO speeds ranging between 200 and 640.

Mark and Gloria's comment on the workshop: "A truly worthwhile experience in every respect. We met wonderful people, had marvelous photo opportunities, learned alot about China, photography and other stuff; overall, we had a fascinating time in that great country. We especially appreciated the fine support from the workshop organizers and our hosts - the China Artistic Photography Society."

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Gloria Segal

Gloria Segal: Gloria is a Toronto-based designer and maker of jewelry, clothing and fashion accessories. She made her photographs with a Kodak 3 MP digital camera.

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Dan Ham

http://danhamphotography.com/Chinamr

http://danhamphotography.com/China

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