China through analogue eyes

Copyright © Leila Murseljevic
Copyright © Leila Murseljevic

One of the world’s earliest ancient civilizations, China is often associated with something large, politically or geographically (and very often it’s in a negative connotation). However, it is not so often that people associate it with images they will take from it and always remember. As someone who visited this country, I find this very odd.

As a country with one of the oldest cultures in the world, and a big range of different customs and traditions, it is quite expected that people talk about what they have seen and photographed there.

Hence, I would like to take this opportunity and pay a certain homage to this extraordinary place with my photographic work. Enjoy my analogue reflection of China with Olympus OM 10, SLR, 35 mm, 1979, Olympus OM Skylight Zuiko 1:5 100-200mm.

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