Faces of Rajasthan by Manuel Libres Librodo Jr

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Faces of Rajasthan by Manuel Libres Librodo Jr

Manny’s wonderful Faces of Rajasthan, and his Bhutan gallery.

BEST PHOTOGRAPHERS of the world in 2009, multi-awarded and internationally published photographer-conducts workshop all over the world.

Manuel “Manny Libres Librodo, Jr” is a photographer from the Philippines, who teaches Psychology and History to high school students in Bangkok, Thailand. He professes to “shooting from the heart” and self-describes his work as lyrical. Passionate about travel, he started photography about six years ago as a way to document his travels. He prefers naturally-lit portraiture, and has established himself as a portrait photographer as well.

Manny’s photographs are exhibited and published internationally, most recently as a UNICEF’s 2008 desk diary and as cover of its 2009 wall calendar. Recent awards include 1st Place in Dusk to Dawn Category for the Digital Camera Magazine (UK) Photographer of the Year Competition 2008, Special Mention in Life Category as well as finalist in Joy of Travel Category for 2008 Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY).

6 thoughts on “Faces of Rajasthan by Manuel Libres Librodo Jr

  1. Hi Flowart, loving the vibe here and thank you so much for the follow. On my blog I explore Celtic faith as you saw but in my free time I also paint and write other stuff so am delighted to have connected. I also LOVE France, and your village looks amazing. We are about to remodel our home so my daughter and I have recently got immersed into design so thanks so much for connecting. Blessings Wondering Celt


    1. Hello,Wondering Celt,
      merci à vous.
      I really like your blog. Congratulations.
      I wish you a good decoration with your daughter!
      The temptation is to mix styles, namely a modern and ancient association.
      The two basic principles are harmony and balance. Harmonization of furniture, materials and colors to achieve a well-crafted balance.
      You can mix modern and old furniture but it is better to choose furniture of the same proportion.
      Respect the style of home you are in.
      Choose a thread for a color, a line, a material … The principle is to demonstrate that the mix of style has been thought.

      Perhaps you will show your artistic work?
      See you soon.


Artists deserve respect. Even if it bothers you and you don't like their work; refrain from negative opinions, non-constructive remarks. Opt for an objective analysis of the work as well as a good understanding of the author's intentions..Thx

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