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Miscellaneous Thinking about a Creation Recently, Harry had taken three new photos that he likes a lot, so here he would like to share them ... Aug. 24, 2015
Door-god through Yin Ganjiang's lens Yin Ganjiang, a famous photographer, has taken great interest in door-gods and began to record them since 2008. Door-gods, as part of traditional Chinese culture, can be dated back to the Shang dynasty (1123B.C.-249B.C.) and is dying out in modern China. Aug. 17, 2015
Gulangyu Gulangyu is a place of a combination of landscape and cultures. Mere a golden beach will take all your negative feelings away. Besides, you will enjoy different cultures and various stories in the buildings with a history more than a hundred years. Aug. 13, 2015
Phodography with his furry friends Any true dog lover will tell us that a dog is more than a dog—he or she is a family member. Aug. 12, 2015
Music visualized with light painting photography Recently, photographer Stephen Orlando has come up with an innovative way to capture music in photos. Aug. 11, 2015
Picking up inspiration everywhere It was one of those unexpected scenes that Michał Koralewski captured as he strolled through a market square in Warsaw and spotted an accordionist playing traditional Polish songs. Jul. 30, 2015
Interview of Yu Yuntian Journalist: How do you look at urban landscape? Jul. 21, 2015
Difficulty Existing but not Always At the beginning of her photography, Shanshan, as an amateur photographer, had no enough time to devote herself to it ... Jul. 20, 2015
New York from the Air Perched out of a helicopter with a high-resolution camera equipment in hand, Jeffrey Milstein has captured spectacular aerial views of familiar scenes of New York City and Los Angeles. Jul. 14, 2015
The Cold Mountain ‘The Call from Cold Mountain’ is Victor Liu’s one of satisfactory work. It demonstrates a magic world but also is a representative photo ... Jul. 14, 2015
Interview of Yan Zhixiong actually, photography is western idea and modern art. Can we demonstrate Chinese traditional beauty ideas with photography? any enlightenment to Chinese constructions? Jul. 12, 2015
Samuel Pollard: Savior of Miao Nationality Samuel Pollard was a famous ethnologist and anthropologist. What he had done won him the title of Savior of Miao Nationality. Jul. 06, 2015
Miao Costume Miao costumes with unrivalled exquisiteness and rich cultural connotation, has long been famed as “the epic of Miao Nationality” or “the encyclopedia of Miao people”. Embroidery, silver ornaments and batik dying, three defining elements of Miao costumes. Jul. 01, 2015
Ruin Rebirths in Photos After years, several resorts in Catskills of N.Y. had been rebonded and closed. Marisa Scheinfeld went back and started the photography for ... Jun. 23, 2015
School within Famous Paintings Zhang Xi, a postgraduate at Xidian University combined his campus photos with some of the world-famous paintings in a creative way. Jun. 19, 2015
Mythological and Emotional Water-colored Photography Aliza Razell is a Massachusetts-based visual artist, who has created a number of mesmerizing artworks by combining photography and watercolor painting in her series of self-portraits that feature vibrant strokes of color. Jun. 13, 2015
Qiu Deguang House: A New Chinese Home Look As home decoration becomes more considerable for Chinese people in recent years, the style of home designing becomes an issue. Which one do you prefer ... Jun. 07, 2015
Jiang Ping: Photography is a journey of heart “I’ve never thought about winning prizes, but only want to capture the perfect shot. I put all my heart into photographing and enjoy it. A moving photo is a piece of good work for me.” Feb. 28, 2015
An Interview of the Silver Prize Winner Yang Chao Yang Chao is a senior student in Handan College. His entry Upstairs and Downstairs won the Silver Prize of 2nd Global photography Mobile Photo Contest for its unique angle and outstanding photographic skills. Feb. 09, 2015
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