kevinsauzeat

KEVIN SAUZEAT

Videographer 🎥 🇫🇷🇵🇫🇻🇳 📍Bali ✉️ Kevin.sauzeat@gmail.com

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Floating lanterns // Chinese New Year 🏮
That morning, a group of majestic sea eagles 🦅 were flying around my drone, ready to take it down. They probably just wanted to keep that amazing view secret. What a beautiful morning it was. PS: If you zoom very closely on the boat, you can see me piloting on the deck 🐒 Thanks @sixsensesyaonoi for the ride! #dji #djiglobal #djimavic #djimavicpro #dronephotography #dronepic #droneoftheday #dronestagram #skysupply #droneofficial #dronejunkie #fromewhereidrone #dronemultimedia #dronegear #dronefly #dronesdaily #skypixel #dronespace #baliphotographer #balivideographer #thai #thailand #thailandtravel #thailande #thailand 🇹🇭
Looking at the future? 🌊 This installation called Over Flow was created by Japanese artist @tadashi.kawamata to raise awareness on plastic pollution, global ecology, and tourism. Issues that people are facing everyday here in Indonesia where plastic pollution is particularly bad. Although the future looks brighter as some good progress are being made. Bali has recently announced the ban of plastic bags, styrofoam, and plastic straw. 🙏 @maatmuseum • • • #moodtoning #35mm #cinematic #35mmfilm #cine #film #filmphotographic #cinema #film #shootfilm #filmisnotdead #moodygram #saynotoplastic #plasticpollution
Melancholy.
Little Boy. On a quiet morning of August 1945, an American B-29 Superfortress named Enola Gay dropped the first atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima instantly killing 80,000 people, mostly civilians. Little Boy was the name of that bomb. This reproduction is exposed at the MAAT museum of Lisbon. • • • #moodtoning #35mm #cinematic #cinestill #cinestill800 #cinestill800t #35mmfilm #cine #film #filmphotographic #cinema #film #shootfilm #filmisnotdead #moodygram #lisbon #lisboa #maatmuseum #museomaat #art #baliphotographer #balifilmmaker
Burmese student looking straight into the camera. One of my favorite picture I took in 2018 📷
Noir // @elodiesogan
Burmese kid wearing Thanaka 🌿 If you visit Myanmar, you’ll notice that a lot of people’s faces are covered with a white / yellow paste. This paste is called Thanaka, named after the tree it comes from. Burmese people use Thanaka to protect their skin from the sun, and also because it gives a nice cooling sensation. Women also use Thanaka as a natural cosmetic to keep their skin young and smooth.
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Some inspiring words from Malaysian MMA fighter @giannisubba 👊 I’m glad I got the opportunity to interview and film him last week for @onechampionship. I wish him the best of luck for his upcoming fight in Kuala Lumpur on December 7 ⚔️
Novice monks enjoying the sun before heading back to the prayer room ⛩ As young as 7 years old, the novice monks of Myanmar grow up together in their monastery, forming a brotherhood of close connections. Becoming a monk also means free education. An opportunity that the poorest families often take.
Pause café ☕️
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