Artists find inspiration through photography | Updated: 2019-05-29 16:00
A painting by Duan Zhengqu. [Photo provided to]

It marks the first time for Duan, who has been a shutterbug for a few decades, to showcase his black-and-white photos of rural China to the public.

Lai's works focus more on the abstract aspects of life. "When I detect an instant connection, I will press the shutter. I don't do retouching, so the photo will be as it was," Lai said.

Music producer Zhang Yadong believes photography suits his quiet nature. "I love shooting objects instead of people. Sometimes a flower, a pond or even a shaver in my bathroom," he said.

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