A small selection of pictures from last week’s tours and workshops at Preah Vihear, The Terraces, Preah Khan and Khleang…
One of my clients did a post on her blog about her day with Photo Cambodia.
“Sorry it took me soooo long for this post to come along. There’s still a lot of backlog but I promise to keep updating in the coming weeks before my upcoming adventures again! So here goes… Do note this post will be one filled with many photos so the loading may take some time, please be patient.
Angkor Wat! I remember it being one of my top to-go places ever since I saw amazing photographs of the beautiful temples and structures from a colleague who visited (donkey years ago haha). When I finally planned for the trip to Siem Reap last year, I wanted to make it a memorable one with a lot of nice photographs. However, since I was (still am) very much in the learning stage on photography, I decided to sign up for a photography tour with an expert who will be able to teach and show me the ropes.
After much research on the internet and comparison of prices, I got in touch with Eric d Vries from Photo Cambodia, a foreigner (Dutch if I remember correctly) who married a local girl and settled down in Cambodia for many years now. (Hint hint: he knows the place inside out!)”
Read more here…
Returning clients. I have them. In fact I have them a lot.
While on tour or workshop in the past with me, they return to Cambodia for new adventures and new places to photograph.
Spending more time to explore…
In October a client from the US will join me for some street photography sessions in Sisophon and a trip to the temples of Banteay Chmar. And it will be his 5th tour with me…
After going to Beng Melea this week we took our clients
to Svay Leu village for some street photography session.
Lovely people who were surprised that ’tourists’ would stop
at their market…