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I would love to visit this amazing place and capture lots of frames. Anyone with some photographic skills to share some tips about filters, lens and any equipment necessary for a Nikonian?

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    I'm using Nikon D90, with 18-200mm lens, 50mm lens, and 11-16mm lens.

    Not really a professional but I did sell some photos before, I think Tibet is a photo paradise, people are very friendly. But remember one thing, it's very important to interact with people before taking pictures, and its a good idea to bring a polaroid or Pogo printer, so you can give out photos to the people, they love it! about 9 years ago

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    Thank you so much for that answer. :) about 9 years ago

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    If you need any more info, please feel free to ask! about 9 years ago

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    Great time to go is Christmas. No tourists and all the herdsman come down from the hills to the towns it makes an amazing spectacle. Only be aware that travel is much harder and v cold at night. Enjoy!! about 9 years ago

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    It's usually colder in December, but daytime is warm, and you get less raining (usually no snowing in Lhasa downtown). You will probably feel very cold at night, ask the hotel to give you some electric warm blankets, they can be very useful. about 9 years ago

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