On every street in Vietnam (Part 1)

on the streets of vietnam

The last couple of weeks has been quite an adventure between street photography and underwater photography with a couple of workshops thrown in to keep things interesting. The series of photos presented here try to capture the streets of Hanoi and give you a glimpse into what its liek to be on these streets.  In amongst this I also managed to completely convert a non-photographer into a serious street photographer (more on this in a future post).  The photos presented here are mainly taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the Olympus 17.5mm lens, Olympus 12mm lens and the Voigtlander 17.5mm lens.  I did spend a lot of time taking a little street video withthe Panasonic GH3 though the processing and editing of this is ging to take a lot longer then the still images.  Images have been shot in raw with minimal colour editing and no cropping.  Some images have been converted to Black and White generally with high contrasts set.

A morning wave in the heat

The many faces of hair cutting

Days are hard and nights long

There are many ways to stay dry

A morning smile

Bikes, high heels and rain

Seafood near West lake

Morning Breakfast

Lighting up

A breakfast silouette 

A random toilet

Moving backgrounds

Broom's delivered

A chat and a drink of tea

Snacks and drinks on foreigners corner

The work is never done

Working the rice fields

Ready for breakfast

Evening traffic at the tower

The weight of the markets

Its a dogs life!

green and yellow food

A backwards glance

On every corner

The framed custard apple

Lunch delivery

rain or sunshine - life goes on

A shapely umbrella

A streetscape in the french quarter

Comments

Great street captures

By Larry (not verified)

Thanx Larry - I am glad you enjoyed them

By Shaun

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