Street vendors in Hanoi get up early in the morning every single day packing their adapted bicycles with as many fresh products as possible. These moving color palettes are true pieces of art if you take a closer look at them. Say, from above! This is exactly what talented photographer Loes Heerink saw, and beautyfully presented in her Kickstarter Photo Book named “Vendors”. She spends hours on a couple of bridges in Hanoi waiting for vendors to pass by. All that just to capture their luscious beauty that these street vendors create every day without even knowing it. The street vendors in Hanoi are often female migrants that spend most of their days trying to make profits on selling fruit, vegetables, and snacks. This amazing project will contain collection of 100 stunning photographs gathered in one photo book. “Vendors” is now available to preorder on Kickstarter.
I photograph everything I find beautiful. With this series I wanted to show people how beautiful vendors are.
I shot all the vendors from above because I wanted as little distractions as possible on the images. The only way to properly achieve that was from above.
I recently finished a flower-project where I photographed flowers in studio setting. I am currently working on an autumn collection and I want to photograph as many animals as possible. So I have a couple of things running and I have a list of things I still want to do! Everything at its time:) You can see the animals I’ve shot so far here. I am working very hard on this series right now and it has been a lot of fun! Some of the autumn shots are up on my instagram.
Wanna back this Kickstarter Photo Book?!
Loes’s amazing photography collection makes one great photo book. If you are interested in helping this magnificent project come to life you are not too late. You can back “Vendors” today via Kickstarter, and become one of the first proud owners of these prints. To check latest updates on Loes’s work you can visit her Facebook, Instagram, and Kickstarter. I would really love to hear your thoughts on this compilation in the comment section bellow.
Visual content courtesy of Loes Heerink.