Hey folks, pretty excited today!!! I just announced a photo tour and expedition to the incredible Vietnam and Cambodia, this trip is going to be amazing and can’t wait to go there. I spent the last 2 months researching the locations and the best options for photography.
Visit Hanoi, Duong Lam, Sapa, Bac Ha, Lao Chai, Ta Van, Ninh Binh, Halong Bay then fly to Siem Reap to shoot the sunrise at Angkor Wat.
This will be a private group of photographers, with a maximum of ten participants, designed to create opportunities to capture the Vietnamese landscape, ethnic rural communities and explore Angkor Wat temples.
The tour is open to all levels of photographic skills, from beginner to experienced. However, there will be no formal workshops or critiques. We will share knowledge and skills along the way.
Vietnam is a country full of photographic opportunities. The landscape is diverse, with a beautiful coastline, gorgeous mountains and an amazing ethnic diversity.
Primary subjects in Vietnam will be landscapes and people, with plenty of photographic opportunities to observe traditional lifestyles and rural scenes that have not changed much in centuries.
As we will be traveling with a Vietnamese guide, you will find that he or she can often convince strangers to pose for you and create unique opportunities for great shots.
In Cambodia we will be photographing the Angkor Wat Unesco heritage site which is the most popular tourist attraction in Cambodia.
Of course we will also visit other attractions like Bayon and Ta Prohm in the walled city of Angkor Thom.
Bayon is a massive structure with many faces, situated within the walled city of Angkor Thom. The smiling faces are serene, made even more spectacular by the differing ways in which the sunlight hits each of them.
Ta Prohm is a large, sprawling temple that has been left in the state in which it was found … with trees and shrubs growing out of it.
This enables you to record what it must have being like for the people who discovered Angkor. Walking through the ruins, you can imagine the past grandeur of the buildings through carvings that have survived the years.