Cambodia: A Place In Pictures II

Blue Eyed Gaurdian

My last post on here was a series of black and white photographs of the faces of Cambodia. My style of photography is usually that approach, and as of late I have photographed almost 200 different faces since we have been here. No doubt this will lead to a great show or series of some sort. However, there was something about this country that I missed with those photos. There’s a vibrant passion that constantly whirls around, spinning you like a carousel. Color abounds from every corner, shooting forward like rays of sunshine. There are trinkets and items that create a texture so rich and varied you can almost feel the city in your palm. With black and white I missed that. So in response, the theme for this essay is the color and texture of Cambodia.

Cat, Cat

Parting Gifts

 

 

On the Chain Gang

 

Foreign Pop

 

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About Max Tullio

Max Tullio is a junior at Mira Costa High School in the Cinematic Arts class. He is also the head film writer for the Mustang Morning News. Follow Max on Twitter @MaxT_Film and on Instagram @Max_The_Filmmaker

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