Traveling is one of the best ways to learn the country and culture not only through visiting the most popular sights, but through meeting locals and sharing their stories. This is exactly what travel photographer Adde Adesokan did in his new series of photos “The Triptychs”. What does exactly the name mean? The full concept is meeting new people, get to know them a bit and then taking three personality matching pictures and compose them in one.
This new way of taking pictures is totally changing the common perception of the traditional portray.
People you see in these photos are coming from Berlin, London. Hong Kong, Paris, Sapa and Ho Chi Minh. Except the location of the picture, photographer added few striking comments to reveal insight of the stranger who is looking into you.
The Islander, Hamburg
The Appreciative Rough Sleeper, London
The Constant Friend, Berlin
The Way too honest Parisian, Paris
The contracted Bricklayer, Istanbul
The Sunday Faced Cupholder
The Kharise Francis herself, London
The Finger Counting Violinist, Hamburg
The Blue Inked Red Dzao, Ta Phin Village – Vietnam
The Revolutionary Bodyguard, London
The Analog Lover, London
The Grieving Sailor, Hamburg