Not all modern-day photography is digital, as proven by a project which is processing photos in a format once used to create architectural and engineering blueprints.
While every Thong, Duc and Ha has a digital camera or an iPhone this days, many others are returning to analogue photography. Thomas Barrett explores the world of film photography.
Improved camera technology has made taking better photos easier, yet there’s still reward for anyone who wants to take things just a little bit further.
From poverty to prominence: how a cyclo driver from Nha Trang became an internationally exhibited photographer.
Celebrating a village dedicated to photography.
Two motorbike trips in Northern Vietnam reveal churches the size of cathedrals. Words and photos by Nick Ross
Expat life is full of lessons. Jesse Meadows remembers what nights in Tay Ho taught her
Including the Kinh majority, or the Viet, this country has 54 ethnic groups. French photographer Réhahn is trying to document all of them. Words by Zoe Osborne
From mafia den to a fast modernising district of Ho Chi Minh City, District 4 is changing fast. Words by Vu Ha Kim Vy. Photos by Mike Palumbo