Ashraful Arefin is a Fine Art Photographer from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Street photography is one of his go-to genres in his photography journey. We at Fotomated noticed that he always tries to capture the streets in their natural form, without looking for strange and funny things or coincidences. He consistently portrays the big picture of the life of the streets, without focusing on tiny details. So his particular street photography collection is basically an authentic photo essay of that place.
His collection called ‘From the Streets of Bangkok’ is an excellent example of the aforementioned fact. Enjoy the collection of storytelling photographs below.
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His choice of streets in this particular project is alleys and canals where the retail trades are taking place. That selection seems to play a vital role in the project since the photographer could solely focus on the people without any obstruction by traffic. The emotions on the faces are not easy to read. They seem tired but determined. And they are not going to simply give up the struggle of life.
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Enjoy the rest of the photographs below.