Photo © Jie Liang
Populus euphratica in Taklimakan Desert
810 Shanghai GP3 black and white film f / 32 T 1 second taken in the Taklimakan Desert in Xinjiang
Jie Liang CHINA
Liang Jie, born in Leshan, Sichuan in 1963
After graduating from high school in 1978, he recruited workers to work as a shelf worker at the Tongjiezi Hydropower Station of the Seventh Bureau of Hydropower. Since then, a "Seagull 205" camera began his photography life. For the quality of photography, I tried almost all the cameras and lenses that I can get. In 2005, I started to design and make my own cameras. I have made 4X5 inch and 8X10 inch wooden and metal film cameras in different versions. These machines have become the present. The main tool in photography practice.
Photography—especially film photography—has a lot of pressure. It was the family ’s long-term support without complaints that came along the way, so these works are also the consensus of our family.
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