The Forbidden City! We are building wall for ourselves and making decision to live inside or extend the boundary. If leaving comfort zone makes you feel depressed, just stop for minutes, enjoy the slience.
Try to enter the palace when you open the door. The monks will first read the Taihe Hall. At this time, remember to install the wide-angle head to shoot no one's big scene.
Then go straight to the arrow pavilion, which is the best place to shoot the red wall ramp! If you go fast, you should only have one, so you have a lot of time to shoot empty scenes or portraits. Portrait shots suggest using a large aperture fixed-focus lens.
Then enter the Treasure Hall and take the line to the east of the Emperor's Hall, and there is no one. I think it is the best place to shoot portraits, no less than the red wall.
Waiting for the East Line to play well, at this time the Forbidden City is full of people everywhere.
Hurry to have lunch, then you can go shopping in the Sixth House, take a fixed focus or a telephoto to shoot some small scenes, such as eaves, plaques. In the East Sixth Palace, some permanent exhibitions will be held in some palaces; in the Sixth House, many courtyards are closed, and even the open courtyards are in urgent need of funding. Therefore, the game of the Sixth Palace in the Forbidden City is nothing more than a look at the building to listen to the explanation, and then look at people.
East and West Palace play well early, you can find a corner to rest, wait until 4 o'clock in the afternoon to close the field, you can return to the central axis, do not shoot before the reshoot, such as Baohe Temple, dry Qing Kunning Palace and the like. Finally, go all the way north and leave from Shenwumen.
Don't really leave Ha ~ Go out and take a photo of the turret to be a perfect day. As the most wanted position for the "Old Master" in China, you can't miss it anyway.
Forbidden Palace anti-routine day trip, get it?
Tips: Be sure to buy a good ticket online. When you go to the scene to swipe your ID card, you can save a lot of time.
Tiananmen and the Forbidden City are connected to each other. 🇨🇳
The Tiananmen is the south gate of the Forbidden City. Now, the order of play in the Forbidden City is one-way route, entering from the south gate and exiting from the north gate. This is not conducive to storing the bag. You can save the bag at the North Gate. After have a look at the Tiananmen Tower, go and visit the Palace Museum. The Forbidden City is very large and it takes at least three hours to finish the visit. After lunch break, you can visit the Wumen Gate, Taihe Hall, Zhonghe Hall, Baohe Hall directly along the central axis, Qianqing Gate, Qianqing Palace, Jiaotai Temple, Kunning Palace. The Royal Garden can be seen all the way down, but the things on both sides are six Palace and Treasure Hall are to be missed.👍🏻
The Forbidden City is still so beautiful! There is a feeling of crossing. Beijing is really fun. It's still a tight schedule to play for a week. A place to drink afternoon tea can actually feed deer, pigeons, and alpaca. Children love it. 😄😄
A vast majority of tourists who visit Beijing for the first time consider the Forbidden City as a place they must see. The Forbidden City, known as Gugong in Mandarin, once served as the imperial palace for 24 emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is a symbol of ancient China. Although it is no longer China's political centre, you can still feel its former glory once you are within the courtyard and surrounded by the high walls. Its long history has left behind a large amount of precious architecture and cultural relics, making it one of the most important cultural heritage in modern China.