Selife Centered

By Zhou Wenting ( China Daily ) Updated: 2016-01-16 10:05:35

Selife Centered

Ke's quest to produce one-of-a-kind selfies has taken her to many different places in the world. [Photo/China Daily]

The main thing most people are concerned about after they have taken a selfie is how their faces look. For Ke Zhifang, however, she's more interested in her pose.

The 42-year-old Shanghai native has been making waves with her series of selfies that have been painstakingly executed to illustrate her jumping in a variety of locations around the world. Earlier this year, three of her photos were even showcased at the Shanghai Photography Conference.

"This little fun thing that I have decided to try out has really paid off, and that's just bliss for me," she said.

An employee of Japanese camera maker Olympus, Ke interacts with professional photographers often and this inherently helped her gain a good eye for photography, as well as heightened her standards for the photos she takes. Early last year, she chanced upon several creative pictures in which a Japanese woman was photographed jumping and striking different poses in the streets of Tokyo.

"I was fascinated. The way her lithesome figure was captured really showed an overwhelming yearning for freedom," Ke said.

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