Category Archives: Burma

Dreams of Burma III

The Shwesandaw Pagoda is a Buddhist pagoda located in Bagan, Burma. The pagoda contains a series of five terraces, topped with a cylindrical stupa, which has a bejewelled umbrella.

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Dreams of Burma II

Thanaka is a yellowish-white cream made from ground bark, that Burmese women and children have been using for many years as a make-up. It is a distinctive feature of Burma and is usually applied to their faces in a variety of ways, but common designs include circles or squares on the cheeks. The cream is not…

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Dreams of Burma I

I was going through my collection of photos from Burma, with the aim to start working on some of the images. So as I go through the lot, I’ll show you some of the memories from my trip in 2010. This is The Dhammayangyi Temple and it is the largest of the many temples in…

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Burmese Woman

I’ve already posted this photo previously in colour, here. I thought I’d try it out in monochrome, so I’ve touched this up using Silver Efex Pro. What do you think? How about in comparison to the colour version? Let me know in the comments below.

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Burmese Woman Smoking Cheroot

One of my favourite photos from my trip to Burma last year. I was visiting one of the many Pagodas in Mandalay when I was able to capture this shot. A bit of post processing in Lightroom and some cropping and here is my finished photo. I spent two weeks out in Burma and travelled  from…

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  • Asif Patel PhotographyJanuary 7, 2013 - 11:47 pm

    […] already posted this photo previously in colour, here. I thought I’d try it out in monochrome, so I’ve touched this up using Silver Efex Pro. […]ReplyCancel

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