Girl at Parade

© Katherine Chan

Girl at Parade

Uploaded: May 16, 2002


A Yao girl walking in the parade of the "Pan Wang" Festival of the Yao People. In Canton, China


John W. Cater July 13, 2002

Hi, I like this photo very much. I'm hoping maybe this is film and not digital because I would like to have color and B&W in the same photo myself. Was this by chance film? If so, please tell me if you or your lab did this and how. Thanks, John Cater #6620

Katherine Chan July 15, 2002

Hi John,

Thank you for your comment. You'll be disappointed though. This was shot digitally and manipulated digitally. It's just so convenient to process photos digitally that I don't need to depend on somebody else or set up a dark room. However, it is fun to do the craft manually sometimes. Have fun with the processing!

Kat #9765

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