See The World Through The Lens With These 3 Cult Thai Photographers
Photography is how we express our view of the world. Because various people looking at the same view will be able to capture it differently with a camera, and those who are able to see something special in what others may think is a mundane sight—now that's what we call a photographer.
Get inspired by the following three Thai photographers with fast-growing followings on social media, as they share their perspective, style and creativity with the world.
With over a million followers on his Facebook page and over 400,000 subscribers on YouTube, Thai photographer who goes by 'Golfwashere' is all about sharing his technique for capturing the moment. Like many inspired photographers, Golf first picked up a camera from his love of travel. One of his most memorable trips was Iceland, during which he stayed inside a car for 26 days just for one photo. Landspace photography is his favourite and what keeps him actively planning his next trip.
"My inspiration for taking pictures is the fact that I get to do small things for myself and get to admire the small things around me. I have always enjoyed the moments when I get to go to places to see those beauties." Phichaikeawvichit's quiet and minimal style of photography has captured the interest of many in the social media world, where things can appear busy and oversaturated. For Phichaikaewvichit who also goes by Charlie, photography is a way of getting the experience along the way, either through subjects or the process of capturing it. He wanted his images to show others how things or places around you can be beautiful if you open your heart to their possibility.
3/3 Sarawut Intarob
Capturing what he likes has always been the motivation behind Sarawut Intarob's perfectly timed and breathtaking images. Sarawut enjoys travelling far and wide to capture people, culture, lifestyle and nature. For him, photos will never change, though the subjects they feature may. As accomplished as he is, from time to time, Sarawut wonders if his images are pretty or not, but what he's certain about is the memory of the moment of taking a photo and what inspired him to press the shutter button. His favourite style of photography is "life-space", which he describes as a mixture of lifestyle and the beauty of nature.
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