Award-winning photographer, Ye Ziyi, travels to some of the planet’s most remote areas to capture stunning images of the cosmos. Xing Wen reports. “Look at the stars, see how they shine for you,” Coldplay once sang, describing the ease with which most casual stargazers can enjoy the night sky. However, for Ye Ziyi, a 28-year-old Beijing native, it is an altogether more involved process, as she shoulders her heavy photographic equipment and travels around the world to capture beautiful images of the sparkling firmament. It’s worth it, however, because in 2016, she won the Beauty of the Night Sky category of the International Earth & Sky Photo Contest (TWAN). Ye says she participated in the competition not just for herself, but for the other photography enthusiasts in China who devote themselves to the medium. “There are a lot of outstanding photographers in China,” she observes, “but the language barriers and insufficient opportunities make it harder for them to be seen or heard by the outside world. “These awards allow me to meet more foreign photographers and learn from them, as well as acquaint foreign media and audiences with the work that Chinese photographers are producing.” About a year after scooping… Read full this story
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