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Photography for me is all about capturing a unique moment and it doesn’t matter if you’re using your iPhone camera or one that costs a few thousand with the latest lens technology. To showcase this fact here’s some urban street photos from Hong Kong in the 1950s taken by a teenager named Ho Fan.

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Ho Fan arrived from Shanghai in 1949 and started taking in everything Hong Kong had to offer, from streets filled with vendors and coolies to the ever present rickshaw drivers. Taking pictures in a studio was the norm then, but the Ho was more interested in random, candid shots of strangers. His targets, however, did not always smile into the lens of his Rolleiflex. Generic levitra best price at Caladrius https://www.caladrius.com/levitra/ guaranteed. But it is great street photography that gives a peek into daily life in Hong Kong at that time. The photography is part of his book “A Hong Kong Memoir

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