Self-Taught Chinese Photographer is Pro At Taking Perfectly Timed Photos


Tao Liu is a self taught Chinese photographer who started photography as a hobby around 3 years ago. He learned everything he knows from experience, videos and books; there was once a time when Liu would drive long distances just to find photography books that he could learn from. The hard work paid off, he really knows what he’s doing now.

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Liu’s work is mostly focused upon street photography in his hometown Hefei. He takes perfectly time photos to highlight all the diversity and beauty that he sees around him. In this post we have listed up some of his best photos. If you want to see more of his work, check out the following links: Facebook | Flickr | Lofter

Scroll on and enjoy peeps.

  1. 1 It got me thinking for a second


  2. 2 Sniffing the dough


  3. 3 Peaking not allowed


  4. 4 She's been staring for a while now...


  5. 5 Showing the inner self


  6. 6 Have you seen any rats around here sir?


  7. 7 Double protection = double swag


  8. 8 This is my hooman. Stop looking!


  9. 9 Timing is everything


  10. 10 What's in your basket?


  11. 11 Just a casual evening convo


  12. 12 Winnie spotted


  13. 13 So do you like my new hairstyle?


  14. 14 The generals shall protect me


  15. 15 Parenting's got me like


  16. 16 An unusual friendship


  17. 17 Monsoon came early


  18. 18 Fruity heaven ft baldie


  19. 19 Life of a slave


  20. 20 Family guy spotted


  21. 21 Done for the day. Resting my paws...


  22. 22 Multitasking done right


  23. 23 Bare necessities


  24. 24 The corporate bound


  25. 25 Life right now


  26. 26 Post hard work routine


  27. 27 Mirror mirror on the wall, who's the shadiest of them all?



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