Gorgeous Portraits: The Human Face of China

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Travel portraits can be a very challenging subject – especially when you don’t know the local language and customs. On the other hand, these types of photos can also be some of the most rewarding. These portraits from China show what can be done. Use them as inspiration for your next trip!

China by babasteve, on Flickr

Construction Worker Potrait by Saad.Akhtar, on Flickr

Old man at the Great wall by Tormod Sandtorv, on Flickr

tearing! by ^^星翼^^, on Flickr

Psst.. behind you by Ed-meister, on Flickr

Untitled by Jesse Clockwork, on Flickr

by Daniel Gorecki, on Flickr

kid www.viajar24h.com-58 by Viajar24h.com, on Flickr

Around People Square by benoitflorencon, on Flickr

Bike Fixin Guy by Saad.Akhtar, on Flickr

Around People Square by benoitflorencon, on Flickr

I believe I can fly by Snow Kisses Sky, on Flickr

China by babasteve, on Flickr

khamportrait iv by fotambulo, on Flickr

Under the Bridge… by benoitflorencon, on Flickr

Li Hua by Jonathan Kos-Read, on Flickr

China by babasteve, on Flickr

China by babasteve, on Flickr

Woman on Street, Xiaoyi County, Guangxi, China by ^^星翼^^, on Flickr

China by babasteve, on Flickr

One tooth by romainguy, on Flickr

The stories I could tell. by Kiwi Mikex, on Flickr

China by babasteve, on Flickr

street food by Mister Jo, on Flickr

Suzhou River Banks by benoitflorencon, on Flickr

Fellows by romainguy, on Flickr

Untitled by claire barnes, on Flickr

A farmer seen on the way to Yiheyuan by Steve Punter, on Flickr

Local Beggar in the snow by storyvillegirl, on Flickr

grandpa by a God’s Child, on Flickr

PAP Guard in front of Tiananmen Square by kevinpoh, on Flickr

The Future, Wrapped in a Bundle by Mankamundo PhotoArt, on Flickr

6 thoughts on “Gorgeous Portraits: The Human Face of China

  1. Avatar of chaseguttmanchaseguttman

    China has such an array of excellent portrait photography opportunities. From the rosy read cheeks of young children, to aged workers who go through back breaking work everyday on the countryside.

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