Photography, as most of us know, is a lonesome and obsessive love affair, and juggling that with family life is not often easy.
Highlights from the soon-to-launch book: Photography in Southeast Asia: A Survey, by Zhuang Wubin and published by NUS Press.
In Southeast Asia, our understanding of photography is largely framed through the binary of photography versus art, which morphs into the other dichotomous paradigm of straight photographers versus artists who use photography.
In many ways, Winogrand’s words appropriately describe the images of Chu Viet Ha, Hanoi-based street photographer and architect.
The war has gone for 40 years in Vietnam, it is long enough that half of the young population don’t witness the horrific era. Vague feeling dominates the Vietnamese youth.
Announcing our 9th Photo Essay Asia Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2013: DO MANH CUONG, Twins.
Twins is an intimate portrait of Huy and Hung, a pair of albino twin brothers who live in the Ha Tinh province in Central Vietnam.
Archival pictures of Ho Chi Minh and his reign as a revolutionary leader by Vietnamese Photographers.
The Pink Choice is a series of photos about the love of homosexual couples which focus on their living spaces and their affectionate touches.
Asia Photographer Spotlight on Vietnamese Photojournalist Hai Thanh, based in Hanoi.
Hai Thanh is a Finalist in the 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2012 by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA).
Small Things is a project of mine currently in progress. There is this house, named THIEN GIAO, located next to the sea and about 120km from the central city of Viet Nam.
I threw myself into an adventure of searching. I spent a lot of time with the Vietnamese immigrants, who live in Siem Reap and asked them to tell their stories about our native land.
India has always been my dream land, and when I finally traveled there in March, I was really overwhelmed. I had my little lomo camera with me, but I tried not to ‘take pictures’ or to capture ‘beautiful images’.
Cambodia is the most disabled country in the world. One out of every 236 people has stepped on a landmine.