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oted, would require him to shoot in an environment where there is less light pollution.

“Within the next five years, I plan to have a remote platform installed in a place with less light pollution. Unfortunately, there

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omy, the more you will learn to cherish life and the opportunity to photograph the stars,” Xu says.

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