Twenty years passed and my mission of Chicago street photography is still not accomplished. To tell the truth, I feel my Chicago street photography just started now… I will continue to follow Henri Cartier-Bresson’s footprint and do what I believe for true street photography. I never staged the scenes and used Photoshop to alter original work to make a fake one. This is my rule. I like what Jack Kerouac wrote in the introduction for Robert Frank’s “The Americans”, “As a picture–the faces don’t editorialize or criticize or say anything but This is the way we are in real life and if you don’t like it I don’t know anything about it because I’m living my own life my way and may God bless us all, maybe” … “if we deserve it”… www.fengliuchicago.com...
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