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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On December - 26 - 2021
Unique Photographer Style

Unique Photographer Style

As a photographer, your main job is to instruct or to direct the object so it will look interesting and photogenic in front of the camera. But there is something special about this particular photographer. Apart from directing his object to pose in front of the camera, this person also got his own style. He is a young Vietnamese photographer called Nguyen Dihn An. He becomes the talk of the town and makes headlines in so many news sites in his country. It is not his work that makes him become so famous but it is because of his unique shooting style. While taking some snap shots he performs “moon walk” ala the king of pop, Michael Jackson. Apart from that, he also does some acrobatic actions like a ninja. Read the rest of this entry »

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