Reader’s Gallery: October

Featured Image By: Maya Rahamim

Thank you to all of our reader’s that are contributing to the community. We at Asia Photo Review really enjoy seeing the little snippets of life that are captured through your eyes. For this post of Reader’s Gallery we get to take a look at life in Hong Kong, Japan, and California.

A special thank you to Maya RahamimTakaaki Ishikura, and Dolly Ave for your submissions. If you’re interested in submitting your photo projects for a feature. Please see the link below.

https://asiaphotoreview.com/submit/ 

Submission Title
When East Meets West
Country
Hong Kong
Photographer Bio
Maya Rahamim, Israeli street photographer, 21 years old, based in Hong Kong. Street photography for me is the most interesting way to observe life.
Submission Information
My series taken in Hong Kong. Reflects a cultural mix, HK nowadays is very modernized and has big contradictions between traditional China and the modern society.
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Name
Takaaki Ishikura

Submission Title
Tokyo Flash Night
Country
Tokyo, Japan
Photographer Bio
I started street photography in 2014, I like street photography because I can take photographs of the street and people’s facial expressions. I will not call out to them, I will take the look of their expressions as it is. Everyday I participate in lens culture, IPA, 1x etc. Recently, I started to take portraits.
Submission Information
I cut off the changing moment in Tokyo and I stopped the time with the flash.
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Name
Submission Title
Fluidity
Country
Indonesia
Photographer Bio
I am Dolly Ave, a Vietnamese-American storyteller based in Los Angeles, CA. Photography began at an early age when I picked up a camera to document my constant chance in residency. It was my way of holding onto the people I loved as I would move. My love for still and moving image grew into creating a more romanticized version of what I captured. I enjoy creating scenes and different depictions of people.
Submission Information
This series represents fluidity. In society we are limited by being labeled and confined in a box. However just like the various environments we find my subject, Ciayo in, he (as all of us) are able to be more than one thing. Being human is to remain complex, fluid, and undefined by your race, environment, and pursuits.
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