4 months in Asia: portraiture highlights

During the past four months spent in Asia, I have had some incredible experiences, seen some amazing places and made some fabulous friendships.

A nice by-product of this is how much my photography portfolio has developed. When in a beautiful place, it’s not hard to get beautiful landscape shots, so I thought I’d focus today on portraiture.

Most of the photos are candid, and a few are posed. There’s five different countries and many cities and places within them.

Enjoy!

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Father and son on boat trip. Qibao, China
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Dancing and drinking (the latter for one only, hopefully). Shanghai International Beer Festival, China
Girl and her dog in the hutongs. Beijing, China
Girl and her dog in the hutongs. Beijing, China
My beautiful best friend at Kuangsi Falls. Luang Prabang, Laos
My beautiful best friend at Kuangsi Falls. Luang Prabang, Laos
School's out. Rush hour. Hanoi, Vietnam
School’s out. Rush hour. Hanoi, Vietnam
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Monk crossing a bamboo bridge. Luang Prabang, Laos
Frolicking in the
Frolicking in the sea. Sihanoukville, Cambodia
Juxtaposing tourist emotions on the Bund. Shanghai, China
Juxtaposing tourist emotions on the Bund. Shanghai, China
Wedding shots by Hoan Kiem lake. Hanoi, Vietnam
Wedding shots by Hoan Kiem lake. Hanoi, Vietnam
Bored of posing by the Golden Palace. Bangkok, Thailand
Bored of posing by the Golden Palace. Bangkok, Thailand
Woman illuminated by approaching headlights. Sapa, Vietnam
Woman illuminated by approaching headlights. Sapa, Vietnam
Quirky school kid. Shanghai, China
Quirky school kid. Shanghai, China
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Christmas seller and uninterested tourists. Sihanoukville, Cambodia

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