Chinese mix up

I think I am bit late for the Chinese New Year congratulations, I don’t even know exactly when it ends. And this picture was taken last year anyways. So let’s enjoy the intemporal look of that girl and try not to get mixed up further.  (click on picture to enlarge)

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Leica M9 with 60mm Hexanon at F1.2, 1/4000, ISO160, ND filter

7 Responses to “Chinese mix up”

  1. Norman Choi dit :

    Happy Chinese New Year to you. The 1st day of this year Chinese New Year started on 3rd Feb. FYI, this is the year of Rabbit and wishing you well for all your upcoming trips.

    BTW, I bought the 60/1.2 lens today! Just curious, which ND filter do you use? 4X or 8X?

  2. Valery dit :

    Her face and her clothes are really soft and glamorous. Don’t worry, you have all the year to celebrate the chinese new year.

    Regards

    Valery

    [Barcelona Daily Photo]

  3. justbloglah dit :

    FYI. There are total 15 days for Chinese New Year, so it ends on the 17 Feb. :)

  4. andri dit :

    pretty girl :)

  5. admin dit :

    Well, I got educated on the Chinese New Year with this pictures, thanks for the info ;)

    Norman, I use a 2X ND filter. I feel a 2 stops reduction is enough to cover any bright situation wide open, and it doesn’t penalize you too much when entering a shadow area, therefore you can leave it on as long as you are outside.

  6. johnzo dit :

    hi nice take – love the colours and subject!

    never quite experimented with ND filters myself but would love to one day.

  7. This is traditional Chinese clothe style