Portraits from Hanoi

Another view of the portraits from Hanoi. This is one is and old guy. Shooting portraits is not difficult: Point your big guns Start shooting Pray that the person look at you I was using D200 during my trip to Hanoi, thus it was at a crop factor of 1.5 which means that the longest…

Throwback – Hanoi

I am now just doing stack-pick-reject and later rate of the photos that I took during Crossing Bridges in Hanoi. Honestly, I am surprised at the number of photos that I discovered but never bother choosing back then. My goal is to share the photo on this platform to show how bad or good my…

Hanoi Landscapes

Back when I first started photography, I tried almost anything and everything! Be it street, portraits, models, landscapes – everything also jalan. So when I went to Sapa for the first time, I really didn’t know what to expect. In fact, Crossing Bridges was the first holiday that I had ever done in my life….

Throwback – Cao Dai@Saigon

Another throwback post from my visit to Saigon back in 2009. I was so much active in photography then. Now, five later – not so much. I want to but I just have way too many hobbies to handle 🙂 Cao Dai is a monotheistic religion based off in Vietnam.  Can read more on this…

Throwback – Vietnamese Rice Maker

Throwback Friday – picture is taken somewhere in Saigon (outskirt). Shows the traditional way of making Vietnamese Rice Paper. This picture makes me wanna go eat Vietnamese spring roll tonight. Hmm… … hmmm Looks yummy… yummy…