Good day folks,
In the early years of getting into photography, I was very interested in street photography. I consider the street as a place for me to practice the habit of using the camera, practice different techniques and above all, the mentality of shooting in front of a crowd.
This is a collection of street photos taken in the capital city of Vietnam, Hanoi, an attempt to overcome the prejudices of a country boy (I have many uncomfortable experiences about Hanoi). Now, the image of Hanoi in me is much different, due to the importance of this 2014 series. Because it is part of the process of developing self-awareness, it helps me interpret Hanoi better from my very own point of view.
These pictures were mostly shared on my old blog, but now that blog is no longer available. Here they are again.
“The hardest thing about street photography is picking up the camera and stepping out of the house” - anonymous
‘Til next time,