This beautiful girl was selling scarves at the local market. The yellow paint on her face is called thanaka and is made of ground tree bark. It's mainly used to protect the skin from sunburn but also as cosmetics. This girl played with it to draw some cute patterns on her face. This is a ...
Look at Alice walk through the Looking Glass!
I went out with a few colleagues to practice portraiture on this rainy day in Hong Kong. The weather didn't look too promising first, as it started raining when we got out but that wouldn't stop me from testing my brand new Canon EOS 5DSR! Mwahahahaaa! The camera is really similar to the 5D Mark ...
Love: skin colour doesn't matter.
One of the portraits taken in Myanmar which I didn't have a chance to upload yet.
"Don't even think about it!" In the fantastic streets of the Pink City!
Although most people in India were rather enthusiastic about having their picture taken (some even requested me to take their picture), it was a different story with this guy smoking in front of this cool door... I almost got punched in the face for taking that picture. What do you think? Was it worth it? ...
Green and Red were popular colours that day!
On the other side of the Yamuna river, behind the iconic Taj Mahal with its beautiful white marble and semi-precious stones, one can find scenes which are more representative of the actual life in India, where the average income is one of the lowest among all emerging countries and littering is still a massive problem.
Wonderful little shop to repair bicycles and rickshaws in Delhi. Don't the terms "bicycle repairman" remind you of the Monty Python's Flying Circus (or maybe I'm too old)?