Human Stories – Vietnamese Travel Photography by Adam Riley

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Adam Riley is a wedding photographer based in Cheshire, UK, who recently went traveling through Vietnam to explore the country, meet the people and enjoy some good food and drinks. Thankfully, he also brought along his Fuji XPro 1 and managed to shoot some beautiful portraits during his trip. “The common thread throughout the trip was the interaction between the locals, strong family bonds and close-knit communities, working and socialising together,” Adams says. “As I take a similar approach to my travel photography as that for my wedding photography, focussing on the people and telling a story with my images was my photographic aim.” He has definitely attained his goal, as the following pictures all capture the essence of a story.

To see more of Adam’s work, check out his website or facebook page.

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

Travel photography Vietnam

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  1. Karli Harrison

    Stunning photographs from a very talented photographer.

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  2. Aneta

    wow… really beautiful photographs… :)

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