Thuở giãn cách COVID 2021, có lẽ là thời gian hoạt động tích cực nhất của những động vật sống xung quanh Hoa Ta. Từ những chú rắn mối, chàng hiu hay những chú gián đều tìm được những giây phút thư giãn trong không gian sống nhân tạo. Không chỉ có vậy, lũ sáo bò, chim cu và chim sẻ, chim bồ câu, thậm chí cả gia đình chuột cũng chia nhau ăn cơm thừa do con người viện trợ. Đôi sáo bò tinh nhuệ. Trong đám lông vũ, đôi sáo bò có lẽ là tinh nhuệ nhất, chúng …
Hi folks, In 2016, when it was the final term of my photography program at RMIT Melbourne, I chose to do a portrait project to use for my final portfolio. I chose the main theme of the portrait series to be about collectors. Perhaps the inspiration for this photo series was from my dad, who is an enthusiast of mechanical machinery, especially those for clocks. Currently, he owns hundreds of large and small mechanical clocks.
The photo series about Tho Ha village in 2014 begins with a quest to re-discover Vietnam after a long time living away from home.
Hi folks, I’m pleased to announce a collection of editorial portraits taken for Forbes Vietnam from 2014 to 2021.
Hi folks, Van Phuc flea market located in Ha Dong was established about 10 years ago. This place has a wide collection of antiques from around the world. Since its opening, the market has always been crowded and bustling. The items on sale are extremely varied, from Soviet period lighters, Indochina paintings, old clothes to bronze statues, luxury copper lamps from the West.
This is a collection of street photos taken in my hometown, Ha Dong, in 2013-2015. The place I was born has become too foreign to me, partly due to the rapid urbanization process. The rest is because I’ve been away from home for too long.
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.
This is a collection of DannyBach’s Melbourne street photos, analog version, taken in 2013.
This is a collection of my street photography from 2009 to 2014, with the theme “Movement”, including shots of moving scenes using a variety of techniques such as panning, hip shot … used to depict the bustle of the city.