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Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

Posts from the ‘yangon street portraits’ category

Yangon street portraits #6

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Portraits taken on the street in Yangon. I call them Yangon street portraits.

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Behind bars (YSP #2)

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This is the second installment of my hopefully continuing Yangon street portraits series. When I used to take this kind of close-up portrait in Hanoi, with my 85mm lens, I always shot in black and white, but there’s something about Yangon that seems to demand to be photographed in colour. So, for now at least, colour it is.

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Yangon tough guys (YSP #1)

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I came across these two tough guys outside one of Yangon’s many construction sites one October morning. Often the most unwelcoming looking people end up being the best subjects for photographs. People are nice, as it turns out.