Mao Memorabilia

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© Tom Carter
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UploadedOctober 4, 2007
MakeOlympus Optical Co.,ltd
ModelC4100Z,C4000Z
Exposure1/30 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length6.8 mm
ISO192
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Q: Does anyone know of any good online diplomas to do?

A: Do you know?

Photo license: © All rights reserved

An antiques dealer in Yichang, Hubei, China.

Cultural Revolution propaganda has become a hot commodity in the People's Republic, with Chairman Mao Zedong as the country's revolutionary icon.

www.tomcarter.org

17 responses

  • Jens Grubert

    Jens Grubert said (4 Oct 2007):

    Interesting capture.

  • Stephanie Resendes

    Stephanie Resendes (Deleted) said (5 Oct 2007):

    this is perfect for the fanatic theme. i like that the subject, the "fanatic" herself takes up so little of the picture while her collection, the thing that makes her a fanatic, overwhelms (in a good way) the rest of the image area.

  • A L Lim

    A L Lim gave props (6 Oct 2007):

    Great! Stephanie said it well. I also like the geometric element. I can see there is still room for more of her fanatic collection :-) Yeah!

  • Emma Brahas

    Emma Brahas said (7 Oct 2007):

    Great composition.

  • Adam Putnam

    Adam Putnam (Deleted) gave props (7 Oct 2007):

    i wonder if she has read all of them? great shot

  • melanie scott

    melanie scott gave props (10 Oct 2007):

    very nice! you get my vote!

  • Paul Lavallee

    Paul Lavallee gave props (10 Oct 2007):

    great shot! this should be published

  • n

    n gave props (11 Oct 2007):

    excellent photo!

  • Pierre Belhassen

    Pierre Belhassen gave props (23 Oct 2007):

    Very well seen...

  • jan cain

    jan cain gave props (25 Oct 2007):

    great image.

  • Dustin Brugmadl

    Dustin Brugmadl said (30 Oct 2007):

    I was just in China this summer and I think this photo truly describes how influential Mao propaganda is in China, very interesting to experience

  • ari salomon

    ari salomon gave props (30 Nov 2007):

    yes

  • Tom Carter

    Tom Carter said (18 Jan 2008):

    Thanks to all for your encouragement!!!
    With 65 favorites, 1,550 views and 229 yeahs thus far, I was fairly confident that Mao Memorabilia had a shot at Issue 14.
    Alas, I just received the dreaded message "Sometimes truly awesome photos don't get selected because they're not quite right for the theme, or don't quite fit in the magazine's limited pages."
    Thanks again to everyone. Based on all your comments, I will be including this image as a full-page spread in my upcoming book of photography "CHINA: Portrait of a People." Look for it!

  • Mandolin Davis

    Mandolin Davis gave props (14 Mar 2008):

    this is an amazing shot! and it looks like it did make it to the issue! i got a rejection letter on my 'ghost rider' image for 'on the go' category and i was totally bummed :( congrats on the book tho!

  • Bece

    Bece said (19 Jan 2009):

    Interesting photo. I love it.

  • Christopher Godish

    Christopher Godish said (29 Aug 2011):

    Instant Classic.

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