Noodle vendor, Hanoi, August 2011
Scene from a wet market, Hanoi, August 2011
It's that time of year again. At least that's what the Christmas carols ringing through the shopping mall told us yesterday.
For the next ten or so weeks Dave will select some of his favorite images from Asia, Turkey and America -- two or three that can stand alone or would work well together -- to post under this new series we're calling Suitable for Framing. Posts will go up every Tuesday.
The idea is: if you're in the market for a gift, seasonal or otherwise, we hope you'll consider a David Hagerman original. To purchase any of the images in the series go here. If you're not buying, just enjoy the show.
(It goes without saying, but any photographs that you see on this site, or on David's not-always food-focused photography blog, on his professional website, or in any of his Photoshelter galleries are also available for purchase. Got a special request? Looking for a specific type of photograph? Questions? Contact Dave directly: firstname.lastname@example.org).
For those new to EatingAsia, some background on the photographer:
David Hagerman is an editorial and commercial photographer specializing in food, travel, portraiture and street photography. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Saveur, Food & Wine, Travel+Leisure Southeast Asia, Wall Street Journal and other publications.When not on assignment or otherwise working Dave offers private photography workshops in Penang and elsewhere.