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Something Beautiful

Posted on: August 20, 2008

Zhang Jingna, prodigious Fashion photographer who is only 20 years of age but with achievements larger than life itself will be having her first solo exhibition aptly titled “Something Beautiful“. This would also be the official launch of her photobook which will be available for sale during the exhibition.

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2 Responses to "Something Beautiful"

beautiful pictures! but being fashion photography, it still objectifies women in my opinion.

These are some of the taken by Zhang Jingna??
They are so pretty!! some ppl are just full of talent!

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