A few days before the opening of the Yangon Photo Festival, the French photographer Landry Dunand, accompanied by his Afghan box camera, travelled up and down the streets of the Burmese capital to photograph its inhabitants. From 1st to 3rd March he shot photographs in black and white on his stand at Maha Bandula Park, offering curious visitors the chance to have their portraits taken on a camera obscura.
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