2017 Travelog: Bagan

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© Sylvie Setiady
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UploadedAugust 14, 2017
TakenJuly 17, 2017
ModeliPhone 6 Plus
Exposure1/33 sec at f/2.2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length4.15 mm
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I was looking for someone in the taxi shop to go to Mount Popa but there is no one and this man, he is kind enough to leave his job and call the man in charge. Once I finished booking the tour, I come back to his shop and ask his permission to take his picture. He is the kinda person with that gentle eyes, but too bad dont have enough time to spend time more to click on him as my taxi is coming.

Bagan, Myanmar, July 17th 2017

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  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (14 Aug 2017):

    Masterfully captured--amazing details and lighting...well balanced--colours are delicious

  • David Adler

    David Adler said (27 Sep 2017):

    Finely selected environmental subject matter portraying the man and his work. I am, however, somewhat ambivalent regarding the heavy post-processing of this photo. While the technique is certainly eye-catching, the hyper-realistic treatment also detracts from this image's documentary authenticity and impact.

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