Photographer's Note

It was our last day in Shanghai. I cannot imagine a photographer who doesn't visit the Pudong area, a state of the art district of modern architecture. Most pictures of " Modern China " are taken at Pudong, where a big array of towers and skyscrapers are located. The jewel in the crown happens to be the famous Jin Mao tower housing the Hyatt Hotel, offices and an observation deck for a bird's eye view of Shanghai. I am not a fan of taking pictures of such panoramic views shot by every visitor behind glass windows . Instead, I tried to get inside the Hyatt Hotel and get some graphic views of it's stunning interior. This picture was taken from the 86th floor and what we see at the bottom is the lobby at the 54th or 55th. The first impression that I got is that I was a mini spider roaming on it's web. It was impossible to use a tripod for this hanging view, this is why I overrated my ISO to 400, and handheld the camera by extending my arms.

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Additional Photos by izzet keribar (keribar) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1770 W: 135 N: 8833] (43841)
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