Praying

Posted in Cambodia

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Framed 1..

Posted in Cambodia, Miksang, Surrealism

My normal work are portraits and people..  sometimes I loose that track…

next posts will show more images with the last subject in this mini gallery!

 

Squared

Posted in Cambodia, Portrait

In the past I did a lot square format. I loved it but for some reason I forgot about it.  Square format is strong it fits to this image of this strong man!

Kaoh Piek - Cambodia - Janurary 2014

Family portrait..

Posted in Cambodia, Portrait

This is not my usual style.. normally I see and take one portrait. Here I took three:

Cambodian man at work

Posted in Cambodia, Men at work, Portrait

Krong Ban Lung - Cambodia - Janurary 2014

Couple at work

Posted in Cambodia, Men at work, Portrait

Krong Ban Lung - Cambodia - Janurary 2014

Kampong Cham – Cambodia – Janurary 2014

Posted in Cambodia, Portrait

Kampong Cham  - Cambodia - Janurary 2014

Kampong Siem – Cambodia – Janurary 2014

Posted in Cambodia, Portrait

Why do I only work in Black and White? A question I hear from time to time from others.. sometimes ask this myself as well. For me it is about reducing the image to the message it carries.. it “tells” a better story, I think. Leaving out the colors let me focus on the subject more deeply.

My camera delivers the images in color, sometimes it hurts a bit to convert it to Black and White… sometimes I say to myself I know how to make a decent monochrome image… sometimes I think to try color and show it here. Let me think more deeply about this, maybe someday I will change my style.

Kampong Siem - Cambodia - Janurary 2014

Smiling woman at work

Posted in Cambodia, Men at work

Battambang - Cambodia - Janurary 2014

Woman at work

Posted in Cambodia, Men at work, Portrait

Battambang - Cambodia - Janurary 2014

Impressing the girls

Posted in Cambodia, Reportage

In some parts of Cambodia parents build little huts for their children. The boys get slightly larger ones… What is happening there?

The teenagers can get visitors, a boy or a girlfriend… just the opposite of arranged marriage.

Nothing stays like it is, the world is developing and those traditions are disappearing. Romantic moments in the evening around a motorbike of the bigger ones in the spare light of a diesel generator seem to be the next future…  anyway, it is a life without Facebook and other Internet platforms.

Hold-Up robbery in Cambodia…

Posted in Cambodia, Reportage, Street

In Rio it was real… in Cambodia it was more like a game.

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