To photographers, a picture means more than a thousand words. For some of them, especially high-profile cameramen, every picture they shoot represents their idea of reality and maybe of life.
One of the highlighted photographs from the exhibition ‘Miracle Nong Khai’ hosted by Foto United in Nong Khai is an image captured during the rite of bathing the Buddha statue during Songkran Festival at Wat Po Chai, taken by photogrpaher Chatchawan Dachan.
To harness the power of photography, a group of professional lensmen have teamed up to add social and cultural values to the simple act of closing the shutter. Under the banner Saha + Phab, or Foto United, the photographers ranging from those of international fame to young talents, have volunteered to take pictures of destinations of historical and archaeological significance in Thailand with the aim of documenting national heritage and through them convey the message of sustainable tourism.
This article is older than 60 days, which we reserve for our premium members only.You can subscribe to our premium member subscription, here.