Shielded from rapid Chinese development by a cascade of steep…

Shielded from rapid Chinese development by a cascade of steep mountains, the lush village of Dimen has kept centuries-old Dong minority traditions alive. But as highways and tunnels encroach, the future of the village is at a crossroads. Gift of Love Posted by | View Post | View Group

Little besides dots of nomadic tribes and spectres of Soviet…

Little besides dots of nomadic tribes and spectres of Soviet concentration camps haunt the icy desert of the Russian Arctic. But deep beneath the permafrost lie untold treasures: a cache of oil and gas so big it could sustain a fiscally-troubled Russia for decades. http://www.justinjin.com/work/reportage/arctic/ Posted by | View Post | View Group

Mesmerized by both the incredible light and the medieval darkness…

Mesmerized by both the incredible light and the medieval darkness that surround Russia and its people, I stayed until 2011 photographing everyone from the president and billionaires to criminals and the down-and-out. http://www.justinjin.com/work/reportage/rising/ Posted by | View Post | View Group

Creating portraits is alchemy for me. While by definition they…

Creating portraits is alchemy for me. While by definition they are posed, both by the photographer and the subjects, I aim to tell authentic stories about people and their relationships to their environments. http://www.justinjin.com/work/reportage/portraits/ Posted by | View Post | View Group

Even when I travel as a tourist, my eye is…

Even when I travel as a tourist, my eye is constantly focused on the people around me, imagining their challenges, their aspirations, and how they connect to the landscape that surrounds them. this photographie was shot during a travel reportage for Geo Magazine. http://www.justinjin.com/work/reportage/travels/ Posted by | View Post | View Group