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Doug Kim i s a documentary and travel photographer and occasiaonal writer based in Brooklyn.
I keep moving around, always trying to improve how I spend an afternoon.
I travel with my Leicas and a pocketful of film on strange streets and do my best to capture a slice of truth, in fractions of a second at a time.
Spent a couple of weeks in Bangkok, Chaing Mai and the Hill Tribes Areas around Chaing Rai
October in Tokyo is a special combination. Any trip to this city will be always be too short
Adventures in Kraków
Selections, quotes, and series from the Masters of Photography
A selection from Bruce Davidson’s East 100th Street series
Portraits by the incomparable Arnold Newman
Bikers series from 1978 by Yan Morvan
Essays and articles on everything from photography, cinema, and the struggle to fill the days with meaning
A visual essay on virtuoso camerawork in Kurosawa’s Rashomon, 1950
Kubrick’s natural light lenses in Barry Lyndon, 1975
A lament for Kim and Thurston
Light and mood and women
Isis in Cotorro, Cuba
Siyamon in Bangkok
Polina in Brooklyn