Zayyar Win Thein

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  1. More like some menswear porn.
    upped
    replied to your post: AK

    Brazzers?

  2. AK
  3. Jordan of Gubb & Mackie // Photographed for the What’s Good Blog
  4. Lane // I Love Ugly
    • The other day when I was in Auckland someone who knew my work approached me and said I was a huge reason to why he started photography. He has been following my photos since I began and it was really humbling to hear about how far your work travels not just by how many people but by how much to one person. He also asked me a really good question that I couldn’t really answer - “What are some of your favourite photos you have ever taken and why ?”To be honest I never really liked to rate my work as I always find ways to break it down and to criticise myself but this post is a collection of probably my favourite photos I have ever taken, not just because the people in it have helped me along the way, these photos have a deeper story than what is being portrayed even if they’re ‘work’ all were natural and either outtakes that I didn’t even know about until I got home and looked at all the images.
Just personally whenever I look back at these photos I can remember the laughs we shared, the struggle of the shoot that day, all the bad and all the good - I guess it’s an inside feeling that a lot of people can’t tell but for me these are the most personal photos to me.
    • The other day when I was in Auckland someone who knew my work approached me and said I was a huge reason to why he started photography. He has been following my photos since I began and it was really humbling to hear about how far your work travels not just by how many people but by how much to one person. He also asked me a really good question that I couldn’t really answer - “What are some of your favourite photos you have ever taken and why ?”To be honest I never really liked to rate my work as I always find ways to break it down and to criticise myself but this post is a collection of probably my favourite photos I have ever taken, not just because the people in it have helped me along the way, these photos have a deeper story than what is being portrayed even if they’re ‘work’ all were natural and either outtakes that I didn’t even know about until I got home and looked at all the images.
Just personally whenever I look back at these photos I can remember the laughs we shared, the struggle of the shoot that day, all the bad and all the good - I guess it’s an inside feeling that a lot of people can’t tell but for me these are the most personal photos to me.
    • The other day when I was in Auckland someone who knew my work approached me and said I was a huge reason to why he started photography. He has been following my photos since I began and it was really humbling to hear about how far your work travels not just by how many people but by how much to one person. He also asked me a really good question that I couldn’t really answer - “What are some of your favourite photos you have ever taken and why ?”To be honest I never really liked to rate my work as I always find ways to break it down and to criticise myself but this post is a collection of probably my favourite photos I have ever taken, not just because the people in it have helped me along the way, these photos have a deeper story than what is being portrayed even if they’re ‘work’ all were natural and either outtakes that I didn’t even know about until I got home and looked at all the images.
Just personally whenever I look back at these photos I can remember the laughs we shared, the struggle of the shoot that day, all the bad and all the good - I guess it’s an inside feeling that a lot of people can’t tell but for me these are the most personal photos to me.
    • The other day when I was in Auckland someone who knew my work approached me and said I was a huge reason to why he started photography. He has been following my photos since I began and it was really humbling to hear about how far your work travels not just by how many people but by how much to one person. He also asked me a really good question that I couldn’t really answer - “What are some of your favourite photos you have ever taken and why ?”To be honest I never really liked to rate my work as I always find ways to break it down and to criticise myself but this post is a collection of probably my favourite photos I have ever taken, not just because the people in it have helped me along the way, these photos have a deeper story than what is being portrayed even if they’re ‘work’ all were natural and either outtakes that I didn’t even know about until I got home and looked at all the images.
Just personally whenever I look back at these photos I can remember the laughs we shared, the struggle of the shoot that day, all the bad and all the good - I guess it’s an inside feeling that a lot of people can’t tell but for me these are the most personal photos to me.
    • The other day when I was in Auckland someone who knew my work approached me and said I was a huge reason to why he started photography. He has been following my photos since I began and it was really humbling to hear about how far your work travels not just by how many people but by how much to one person. He also asked me a really good question that I couldn’t really answer - “What are some of your favourite photos you have ever taken and why ?”To be honest I never really liked to rate my work as I always find ways to break it down and to criticise myself but this post is a collection of probably my favourite photos I have ever taken, not just because the people in it have helped me along the way, these photos have a deeper story than what is being portrayed even if they’re ‘work’ all were natural and either outtakes that I didn’t even know about until I got home and looked at all the images.
Just personally whenever I look back at these photos I can remember the laughs we shared, the struggle of the shoot that day, all the bad and all the good - I guess it’s an inside feeling that a lot of people can’t tell but for me these are the most personal photos to me.
    • The other day when I was in Auckland someone who knew my work approached me and said I was a huge reason to why he started photography. He has been following my photos since I began and it was really humbling to hear about how far your work travels not just by how many people but by how much to one person. He also asked me a really good question that I couldn’t really answer - “What are some of your favourite photos you have ever taken and why ?”To be honest I never really liked to rate my work as I always find ways to break it down and to criticise myself but this post is a collection of probably my favourite photos I have ever taken, not just because the people in it have helped me along the way, these photos have a deeper story than what is being portrayed even if they’re ‘work’ all were natural and either outtakes that I didn’t even know about until I got home and looked at all the images.
Just personally whenever I look back at these photos I can remember the laughs we shared, the struggle of the shoot that day, all the bad and all the good - I guess it’s an inside feeling that a lot of people can’t tell but for me these are the most personal photos to me.

    The other day when I was in Auckland someone who knew my work approached me and said I was a huge reason to why he started photography. He has been following my photos since I began and it was really humbling to hear about how far your work travels not just by how many people but by how much to one person. He also asked me a really good question that I couldn’t really answer - “What are some of your favourite photos you have ever taken and why ?”

    To be honest I never really liked to rate my work as I always find ways to break it down and to criticise myself but this post is a collection of probably my favourite photos I have ever taken, not just because the people in it have helped me along the way, these photos have a deeper story than what is being portrayed even if they’re ‘work’ all were natural and either outtakes that I didn’t even know about until I got home and looked at all the images.

    Just personally whenever I look back at these photos I can remember the laughs we shared, the struggle of the shoot that day, all the bad and all the good - I guess it’s an inside feeling that a lot of people can’t tell but for me these are the most personal photos to me.

    (Source: zayyarwinthein.com)

  5. Tertiary

    Tertiary

  6. 31.12.13

    31.12.13

    (Source: zayyarwinthein.com)

  7. Textures day #gubbandmackie #drakes #cranebrothers #menswear  (at Crane Brothers Wellington)

    Textures day #gubbandmackie #drakes #cranebrothers #menswear (at Crane Brothers Wellington)

  8. Last and Loom // Photographed in August

    Last and Loom // Photographed in August

  9. Peter McLeavey Gallery // 2014
  10. zayyarwinthein:

Kenzie // RPM Summer 13/14

Throwback.

    zayyarwinthein:

    Kenzie // RPM Summer 13/14

    Throwback.

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    TRACK: Tough Love

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  12. To the anonymous question below:

    nvvt replied to your post: anonymous said:Hey love your stuf…

    35mm + crop sensor body will get a similar feel to a 50mm + full frame body :~) Get a 16-35 or 24-70!

  13. Anonymous said: Hey love your stuff man and I saw your page you had up before of starter camera suggestions can't find it now but I went ahead and got a 600d body with a 50mm f1.8 and I love the combo but I have problems sometimes getting a lot in a shot since the lens seems to be so cropped/zoomed and the camera is a cropped sensor I think? What lens would you recommend next?

    Hey there, thanks for the kind words ah sorry I took that down.

    I apologise in advance I am not so camera savvy with Canon lenses so this is the best I can do off the top of my head.

    Either a 35mm 1.8 would go well or if you are thinking zoom a 16-35mm 2.8 would be more than suitable with what you’re after,

  14. AK in a Crane Brothers three-piece navy wool suit, cutaway collar light blue pinstripe shirt and a Drake’s tie.

    AK in a Crane Brothers three-piece navy wool suit, cutaway collar light blue pinstripe shirt and a Drake’s tie.

    (Source: zayyarwinthein.com)