Dec 2017 : Bangkok in Black and White

Abstract landscape from the flight to Bangkok
View of the city from the hotel
A fashion showcase at a high-end mall
A tuk-tuk driver adjusting the tarpaulin of his vehicle after the rain
The best tomyum was from a streetside hawker
3 women in black hailing a ride from a tuk-tuk
A very popular food place near our hotel
Interior design inspiration
Lunch from the Bangkok Farmer’s Market
Wet receipt books drying in the sun
Thailand’s culinary pride - mango sticky rice
A lucky shot of romance on the Chao Praya river
Mei-Fern Chong started photographing at the age of 16. She spent 2 years working with a photography studio before moving on to work with refugees. She currently runs her own business in essential oils and is also an artist who held her first exhibition in September 2017.
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I travelled to Bangkok with my parents in October 2017 at a time when the nation was mourning the passing of King Rama IX. Our trip coincided with the Royal Cremation ceremony of the king. During this period, the Thai people only wore black clothes. My visual world was colored differently as a result and I decided to record the trip in a series of black and white images. These images were shot with my Canon 1200D and my phone.

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Mun Hoo

photographer based in Malaysia.
Specialized in creating experience (telling story) thru his images.
Graduated from Nippon Photography Institute, Tokyo 1995.
Hosting photography workshops since 2012.
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