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We visited the locations of Iconic Vietnam War Photos where legendary photojournalists Eddie Adams, Hubert Van Es and Malcolm Browne took era-defining pictures.
Photographer Adrien Jean has been out on the streets in Saigon capturing the city’s characteristic response to Covid-19.
22 different ethnic groups inhabit Hà Giang’s mountain range and its surreal cliffs. It’s unbelievable to the eyes how those incredibly steep cliffs are all transformed into rice terraces solely by muscle power. The vastness of the mountains and rice terraces will leave you in awe and fascination by the skills and abilities of these ancient ethnic tribes.
Shooting the Hai Van Pass with Vietnam in Focus’s Photographer Mansour. A look at his thought process and techniques, while traveling the Hai Van Pass from Danang to Lang Co Lagoon.
Karen Wilshaw travelled with Vietnam in Focus on a 12-day tailored photography tour, visiting some of the most beautiful and remote regions of Northern Vietnam. This gave her the opportunity to really give the Olympus Micro 4/3rds, EM1mkII a thorough workout.
They’re probably the most prestigious name in adventure travel and photography, but even the guys from National Geographic had to admit that our Hanoi Explorer photo tour was a special experience.
There are no two words in the English language more harmful than `good job’ This quote from the movie “Whiplash” defines my philosophy, not only of life, but also, and especially, when it
An interview with novelist Trung Trung Đỉnh. first printed by the New York Times. In February of 2018
Out of over eighty train journeys that I have done. The slow train to Thazi is probably the most eclectic of all. It was unlike any of my other travel experiences; slow yet not even slightly boring. This single train track going through the narrow valleys of Shan mountains, keeps you wondering what you’re going to see around every one of its curves.
5 Tips for Getting Great Photos of Danang Danang is not the first place most travellers think of when they think of Vietnam. There are
Hmong Horse Race Bắc Hà town, a historical capital in the region of Hmong ethnic minorities in Northern Vietnam’s mountainous Lào Cai province, reaches 1,200m