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Fan Ho Lunch 1962, from “Hong Kong Yesterday”

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"HONG KONG YESTERDAY" a beautiful series of street photography created by photographer Fan Ho, who has skillfully captured the unique atmosphere and lights of Hong Kong during the 50′s and 60′s. Some amazing black and white photographs he took in his youth during his wanderings…

"HONG KONG YESTERDAY" a beautiful series of street photography created by photographer Fan Ho, who has skillfully captured the unique atmosphere and lights of Hong Kong during the 50′s and 60′s. Some amazing black and white photographs he took in his youth during his wanderings…

Fan Ho, Hong Kong en los años 50 - Cultura Colectiva - Cultura Colectiva

Fan Ho, Hong Kong en los años 50

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Robert Doisneau // Young Ladies -  Place de la Concorde Mai 1970

Robert Doisneau // Young Ladies - Place de la Concorde Mai 1970

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Born in Shanghai in 1932, Fan Ho and his family later migrated to Hong Kong, where he began to experiment with still photography. During the next twenty years he won over two hundred fifty international awards and competitions for his experimental and unconventional photographs, and at the same time established himself as a major filmmaker.

Fan Ho, Hurrying Home, 1956

Born in Shanghai in 1932, Fan Ho and his family later migrated to Hong Kong, where he began to experiment with still photography. During the next twenty years he won over two hundred fifty international awards and competitions for his experimental and unconventional photographs, and at the same time established himself as a major filmmaker.

Although the cigarette seems out of place in this photo it gives the young girl strength and power. She becomes the main focus. Not because she is the only one facing the camera, but because the cigarette is in her hands which catches you off guard. Green does this in his novel when giving Augustus, a cancer survivor, a cancer causing cigarette.

Although the cigarette seems out of place in this photo it gives the young girl strength and power. She becomes the main focus. Not because she is the only one facing the camera, but because the cigarette is in her hands which catches you off guard. Green does this in his novel when giving Augustus, a cancer survivor, a cancer causing cigarette.

Ho Fan | 1950s-1960s Hong Kong

Ho Fan | 1950s-1960s Hong Kong

Fan Ho-Hongkong Slum

Fan Ho-Hongkong Slum

1950s Hong Kong | Street Photography by Fan Ho Fan Ho’s Fantastic Black-and-White Street Photographs of 1950s Hong Kong. Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s.

1950s Hong Kong | Street Photography by Fan Ho Fan Ho’s Fantastic Black-and-White Street Photographs of 1950s Hong Kong. Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s.

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