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Looking at the pictures, I find Motoyuki and his family indulging me in a foreign yet familiar mundanity. I look for a small spot to sit.
Angkor Photo Festival is the longest running photo festival in Southeast Asia. This year they will host and celebrate their 10th edition.
Chinese photographer Hei Ming takes one step further by re-taking portraits of some of the people in those pictures, decades later.
Like many Asian countries, Burma has a strong male-dominated culture with the popular belief that one reincarnates as males or females according to the good or bad deeds in his/her past lives.
For those interested in what kind of results the 36.3MP Sony A7r with FE lenses combo will give you, here are some pictures with exposure details attached.
Musée de l’Elysée with partners Parmigiani Fleurier are calling for applications to their new Prix Elysée Photographic Prize.
On Friday 24th January 2014, we held an IPA Editing Workshop at Manzi Art Space, Hanoi for young Vietnamese photographers working on their first or second photo projects.
A selection of photographs taken at the IPA Street Photography Workshop held during the days before Tết Lunar New Year celebrations in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Get selected by Daido MORIYAMA, Masato SETO, & Eikoh HOSOE for Acquisition by the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts(K*MoPA).
These photos are part of my long-term project investigating the evacuees not as victims, but as part of a 1000 years old folk culture of the area.