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  • Phnom Penh FOTO walks

     

  • The festival seems to be off to a slow start, the boats are here and ready to race be not many visitors as yet, you could not move on the riverside in 2010 and 2014 was slow but maybe tomorrow, when the races […]

  • Attended the Thanksgiving cruise laid on by Cambo Cruise here in Phnom Penh and got just what I expected, great food, good service on a safe […]

  • The water festival was last held in 2014.

     

  • !mo straps are ideal for the modern photographer who likes something a little out of the ordinary.

    They are very well made and I have been using them on the heaviest cameras (Canon 1D) for over 3 years now […]

  • How many times have I heard ” you must have a great camera to take pictures like that ”. So one has to ask the question is a great or even good picture taken by the camera or does the photographer have more than […]

  • Its the rainy season here in Cambodia right now giving lots of time for processing and re-processing of images so I have been playing around with Silver FX Pro 2 and turn some of my color images into Black and […]

  • admin wrote a new post, Faces 1 month, 3 weeks ago

    For me the face is the most important feature of a human being. The expressions are endless and make very interesting pictures.
    What can you see in a face that makes a picture so interesting. The human ability to […]

  • Author: Dan Feildman
    Nothing defines a place as much as the people who live there work there or visit. It is fascinating to observe them and their culture. They can also provide a rich source of photographic […]

  • The HQ images that the X cameras and lens are able to produce have made it the perfect travel camera. The lightweight design has in no way compromised the image quality.
    On many of my trips before I […]

  • Whenever you get any new bit of kit it takes a while to learn how to get the best from it. On my recent trip to the UK I unfortunately left my little Sony point and shoot behind when I came back to Phnom Penh so I […]

  • They say a picture speaks a thousand words. Historical moments or events have been immortalised through powerful images, the Burning Monk in Southern Vietnam in 1963, the lunching workmen on the top of the […]

  • One of the primary reasons to travel to Cambodia has become the Temples at Angkor Wat, near Siem Reap. It seems to have become one of the travelers. ” see before I die” site much like the Pyramids and Mac […]

  • I shoot most of my stuff in color but do like to experiment with BW conversions using either Silver Efex Pro2 or Topaz BW effects 2, both of which can give excellent results. The pictures below were first tweeked […]

  • I have been using the X Pro1 for the last 2 years and have found it to be a wonderful piece of engineering, it has its some idiosyncrasies but once learned they are easy to adapt to (it is no more difficult to […]

  • admin wrote a new post, My Gear 1 month, 4 weeks ago

    The gear I use is important to me in so much as it is reliable and gets the job done. My primary camera is the Canon 1D MkIV which can give great results but is certainly not a point and shoot camera and needs […]

  • Choosing what gear to take for a specific job is important and I tend to use specific combinations for the different types of job I do.

    Reportage/Demos & Street
    High quality images are always important to me […]

  • What people say about DOMKE bags
    Like your favorite pair of jeans, Domke bags get better with age and with the new Domke Ruggedwear collection you don’t have to wait. The fabric produces a unique distressed and w […]

  • The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (Khmer: សារមន្ទីរឧក្រិដ្ឋកម្មប្រល័យពូជសាសន៍ទួលស្លែង) is a museum in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, chronicling the Cambodian genocide. The site is a former high school which […]

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