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Why do Chinese love photography

Why do Chinese love photography

If you’ve ever been to China you should know how Chinese are crazy about photography.
Self-Portrait with prostitutes, by Sergey Yeliseyev

Self-Portrait with prostitutes, by Sergey Yeliseyev

This is almost the same as improvisation in jazz. And it’s very familiar and close to me, as I was a rock musician in the past.
Chaos Reigns: four years in the punk underground, by Darryl Reid

Chaos Reigns: four years in the punk underground, by Darryl Reid

The basement is so suffocatingly hot and humid from the sardine-packed writhing bodies that the walls are dripping with sweat.
A quest for the eternal, by Madhur Dhingra

A quest for the eternal, by Madhur Dhingra

Initially I started wandering in the Himalayas. Camera in hand I saw God standing right in front of me in the form of these beautiful mountains.
We’re all just collecting memories… or It’s all back to Plato’s, by Derrick Santini

We’re all just collecting memories… or It’s all back to Plato’s, by Derrick Santini

I realized a long time ago that as a Photographer, one was indeed a collector of memories, not just my own, but of all the people I photographed.
White Crane Spread Wings, by Gráinne Quinlan

White Crane Spread Wings, by Gráinne Quinlan

White Crane Spread Wings is a studied observation of Tai Chi enthusiasts in Hong Kong.
What Do You Like to Photograph, by Loretta Ayeroff

What Do You Like to Photograph, by Loretta Ayeroff

How do I describe what light means to me, falling on faces, buildings, land and urbanscapes, or, just in its own state of being?
Faces of Cystic Fibrosis, by Kyle Monk

Faces of Cystic Fibrosis, by Kyle Monk

Kyle Monk portraits of children and teenagers affected by Cystic Fibrosis.