Interview With an American Photojournalist in China
Q&A with Tom Carter, author of CHINA: Portrait of a People
American photojournalist Tom Carter has spent the past four years in the People's Republic of China, traversing all 33 provinces and autonomous regions not just once but twice. The San Francisco native's hardback book, a definitive 900-image volume aptly entitled CHINA: Portrait of a People, was released in 2010 by Hong Kong publisher Blacksmith Books.
Tom took a day off from travelling to discuss the challenges of taking pictures in China, how he evaded censorship in the tightly-controlled republic, and to share a few insider tips on visiting what is to become the world's largest tourism market.Read the rest of this entry »