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15 photos that will make you want to visit Hoi An

Hội An is an ancient city located in central coast of Vietnam. This ancient town is well known for its tranquility and beautiful scenery. Besides the city traditional neighborhood and its beautiful yellow walls, Hoi An also has great beaches, green rice fields that separated by small roads which make it perfect for bicycle rides. [...]

Opening in Saigon

Réhahn’s 2017 Exhibition Opening Saigon is a Great Success Couleurs d’Asie by Réhahn, opened its doors in Saigon on the 3rd of June 2017. The exhibition has been a major success, with over 1500 attendees on the first day. Tourists, expats and Vietnamese locals came in numbers to catch a glimpse of some of [...]

The Rehahn’s Museum

French photographer, Réhahn, Opens the Precious Heritage Museum in Hoi An On the 1st of January 2017, Réhahn, opened The Precious Heritage Museum in the ancient quarter of Hoi An. The museum is located in an old French colonial house in the UNESCO part of Hoi An, in Central Vietnam and is home to his [...]

Ageless beauty

Like everything, the definition of what beauty is has evolved with time. What was considered beautiful 50 years ago has changed so much today. Since change is the only constant, I’m sure the definition of beauty will continue to evolve. However, these days, it’s becoming more and more difficult to define what beauty truly [...]

PRECIOUS HERITAGE EXHIBITION

Réhahn has been working for 6 years on the Precious Heritage Project and will display 20 costumes and photos of the Vietnamese Ethnic Groups.

Ao Dai – The tradition of Vietnam

Do you know Ao dai is still remained as it is "Aodai" in dictionary? No word is suitable for translating it. This truly showcases the national tradition behind this type of clothing in Vietnam. No matter how many times is Ao Dai changed with several alters in styles and formation, the Vietnamese traditional dress still maintains the [...]

Mnong ethnic and elephant in Vietnam

To the M’nông, elephants are the symbols of wealth, power and strong spirit. This is why elephants are always treated as human being in this minority. M’nông people are also well-known for the elephant training skills. Hunting elephant is not an easy job for its potential dangers. The hunters are required to have significant [...]

Hidden Smile in a museum

The famous photo of Madam Xong is now in the collection of the Vietnamese Women's Museum of Hanoi.

Tutorial: Shooting Portraits With Soul

Get away from using the phrase take a picture and start using the phrase make a picture. “Taking” feels too much like a one-sided action of the photographer seizing something from another person rather than something which is created together between the photographer and the model in agreement, tandem and harmony. Remember the guy that [...]

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