This is a bit of an experiment and I’m looking for feedback. Do you like have the pictures presented as a slideshow? If you have comments on specific pictures, refer to it’s number i.e. 2/6 looks trashy, 5/6’s composition has the value of a rotten banana peel, etc…
Category Archive for 'Documentary'
I’ve looked at this collection three times now and I find it completely fascinating. Depending on your taste you may find it disgusting or boring. I find each picture to have it’s own unique personality or humor or both. When I get big I’m going to take pictures like this.
Here is the link.
I am not finished with Laos pictures, but I wanted to post this while it was fresh on my mind. This event, almost surprisingly, had a very profound impact on my heart for the people in the West Bank.
One night we were in refugee camp in Palestine. The soft patter of a rain mixed with [...]
We did quite a lot of busing on our trip through Laos. We went from Vientiane, which is west-central Laos, all the way across to the eastern edge to Xam Neua, a small city located in the north eastern part of the country. There were very few westerners back there.
This post has very few [...]
Very quickly into the trip, I determined to not let my self-consciousness hinder my pictures of the Laos people. Usually all it took was a smile and raised eyebrows to get permission. It was quite rewarding to be able to take my time to capture what I wanted, rather than hastily shooting from afar. The [...]