I shot this pic inside the Mariamman hindu temple in Saigon. I don’t know much about the religion, but seeing people going to the temple devoting themself to the God was so emotional and storytelling. I had to grab that epic moment.
Ho Chi Minh City aka Saigon is truly an amazing city. Historically the City has been occupied by so many nationalities Khmer, French, Japanese, Americans and lastly Vietnamese. That is also the reason, why this city is so diverse and multicultural nowadays. The Unique diversity is also connected with multi-religions and in the city, you[…]
Check out my journey in Vietnam trough Vlog series. In this post you can find the first two parts below: Links: Part I Part II Enjoy and BR, Haiko
If there is a good formula, then there is no need to reinvent the wheel. I used the same technique as in Hanoi. One public lighting from the side, the rest is about composing and communicating with the model. The model did a great job again! See the results below:
One of the most difficult challenge for a potrait photographer is a situtation, when there is not enough light around. Of course, one can bring additional light sources like Speedlights or Rotolights with some light diffusers, but a photographer would still need an assistant to help you out, well at least I do, when I[…]
Ha Long Bay is the Vietnamese jewel and One of the Seven World Natural Wonders. The legend says that thousands years ago, a Mighty Dragon was sent by God from heaven to save the vietnamese people against invaders. That’s actually where the name comes from, because Ha Long (下龍) literally means “Dragon Descending” There are[…]
During my 5 days in Vietnam, I’ve seen and experienced so many interesting stories and the one that I am about to share with you guys is just one of them. Our schedule in Hanoi was pretty tight and my friend wanted to have his haircut done by a professional. At first we wanted to[…]