Waterfront Riverside Photowalk – Shanghai City

Weeks ago we took a photowalk by the Huang Pu River of Shanghai for riverside photography session. Eight of us photographer from different country came together-amateur and pro, it was a pleasant journey to exchange new ideas, perspective and fellowship with one another.  Being an expat in Shanghai, the city provides ample of vibrant outdoor street photography opportunity. On this particular day, the weather looks stormy and cloudy. Which offers a wonderful setting to shoot and create moody atmosphere with wonderful cloud effect. In the photos below, I’ve used a slower shutter speed of about ten seconds (bulb), along with my tripod during the evening as the sun begins to set down. Hope you like it, cheers!

To see more photos of the photowalk taken by other photographer, feel free to visit our flickr group at http://www.flickr.com/groups/2122931@N22/

Beautiful City Photography of Shanghai Riverside LandscapeStunning Urban Photography of China Waterfront


Check out the link below for more of my urban and street photography blogs.

1. Seoul City, On High Ground

2. Street and Urban Photography of The Bund, Shanghai

3. A Glimpse Into The City Night, Hong Kong

4. Golden Hour

or see more of my urban and streetscape images at my online gallery.



Paul Chong is a landscape fine art photographer base in Shanghai, China. He is dedicated to capture the beauty of nature scenery in which he also creates colorful fine art photograph for sale in various format and sizes, featuring museum archival quality fine print. Some of his work can be seen published in various magazine, website, event brochure and flyer.

He owned a collection of magnificent artwork which can be seen by visiting his online gallery at www.paulchong.photoshelter.com

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Email: paulchongphotography@gmail.com

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2 thoughts on “Waterfront Riverside Photowalk – Shanghai City

    1. Thank you Harry. Depending on the mood or atmosphere that I’m shooting. I like to photograph old chinese building around the city during daytime. There’s lots of things to see. While at night might be great to capture the effect of the city light.

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