Iranian photographer Hosein Nazari heads to Ha Giang in search of the people who inhabit the most northerly province of Vietnam. Words by Edward Dalton
For almost a decade photographer Mads Monsen has been visiting, documenting and helping raise money for orphanages in Southern Vietnam. Words by Zoe Osborne
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
British photographer Jon Sanwell goes beyond the clichéd images of Vietnam. Words by Edward Dalton
In 2015, in a market dominated by Canon and Nikon, 46 percent of all cameras sold were DSLRs, those large, mainly black digital cameras with big interchangeable lenses. And yet few of these DSLR owners will use or even have much knowledge of the legendary Leica, the German-built camera brand that changed the face of photography.
Making substantial, lasting change in our lives has several aspects. One key element is recognising bad habits and replacing them with new ones. Words by Nick Ross and Peter Scott