Other than the film and digital stills, the still photographer of "The White Girl", Tommytfortwo also shared the photos taken with the Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens on set. Most of the scenes of the movie took place in Tai O and Cheung Chau, surrounded by trees and the sea, which made the swirly bokeh become more prominent when using the Petzval 58 Art Lens .
After working together on a Hong Kong Trilogy, renowned cinematographer Christopher Doyle and ﬁrst-time director Jenny Suen teamed up again for the visually and emotionally beguiling drama The White Girl. Born with a sun allergy, the White Girl lives in the disappearing ﬁshing community of Pearl Village, and all she wants to do is escape. At night, she meets a mysterious Japanese outsider by the sea, and her world begins to grow bigger. Meanwhile, her only friend, an inquisitive young boy, catches on to the connection between the village chief and a group of visiting property developers.