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  • Chinese photo apps mask pollution
  • Chinese photo apps mask pollution
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Chinese photo apps mask pollution

Smog in Beijing – one of the ten most polluted cities in the world – means most photographs of the city reveal dreary, industrialised landscapes with grey skies looming above. Photo app Blue Sky is one of many that are enabling locals and tourists alike to edit out the issue.

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