Dollar beers, tea leaf salads, pub crawls, sunrises, sunsets, overnight busses, trains, planes, motorbikes, heavy rains, seafood, street food, funny hats, fresh beer, cooking classes, terrible tours, snorkeling, scuba diving, tuk tuks, boats, late nights, roof top bars, customs, visas, travelers you meet in one country and you see again in another, party hostels, markets, pirate bars, night markets, BBQ on the beach and bus station dim sum.
For as long as I can remember, I have always loved to travel. Maybe it started when I had to travel when I played hockey, or maybe it started because I got to see the photos from my grandparents’ trips around the world. I am not sure. I do know that when I am traveling in the US or overseas my inhibitions lessen and my imagination run wild. Getting laid off from a job is never easy. Deciding to go travel wasn’t easy either. I considered traveling, trying to find a job, or starting my own business. I asked, what should I do? It’s not a question anyone could have answered but me. Travel it was.
Daniel Dreifuss, award winning photographer, takes you on his journey walking the streets of Thailand, Indonesia, Laos, Nepal, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar (Burma) and Sri Lanka. Frames from the Street is a curated collection of images taken on this once in a lifetime travel experience.
“Last year, I was fortunate enough to travel to 8 countries with a close friend and my girlfriend. I tried to capture everyday moments. We got to experience the food, life and culture in every country we visited. I feel the photos in the book speak of that,” Daniel said about the book.
“I worked with a photo editor and an art curator to choose the most interesting and powerful photos.”
After editing down from 6,000 photos, Frames from the Street will have 11×8, 60 full color pages with a dust jacket focused on street photography from each country Daniel visited. The book will be released on May 6th with a release party open to the public at Topa Topa Brewery/The Guildedtable in the Funk Zone at 5:30 P.M.
Dreifuss attended Brooks Institute of Photography and has been published in both local and national news outlets.
Frames From the Street is available for purchase at http://www.danieldreifuss.com/store