Archive for the tag 'photography'

Jun 28 2012

Taking good photos of Siem Reap’s temples: Learn from the best

Published by under Practicalities

You could have images from the amazing photographers described below. Instead, you're stuck with mine...

Cambodia is a country that takes on your senses and gives them a thorough going-over, sometimes in a bad way, but more often in a way that leaves you aching for more. More sharp and fat scents of spice and jasmine as you wander down a random street; more gorgeous scenery in richly saturated colours; … read the full post

Jan 31 2012

What’s on in Siem Reap, February 2012

Published by under Events

February is another busy month here in Siem Reap, the absolute highlight of which is the Giant Puppet Parade on Saturday February 25. Exhibitions *Emotional, a unique collection of clothes by Eric Raisina, will be on exhibition at the Hotel de la Paix from Saturday February 11. The Siem Reap-based designer’s electrifying designs have been … read the full post

Jan 08 2012

Photography tours and courses in Siem Reap

With its incredible colours, sepia-toned dawns and evening light, fascinating daily scenes and easy smiles of the people, Cambodia is a photographer’s dream, and the mystical Angkorian complex especially has drawn artists of all kinds since its rediscovery in the 19th century. For amateur photographers too, Cambodia provides rich opportunities for capturing images that have … read the full post

Dec 27 2011

What’s on in Siem Reap during January?

Published by under Events

It’s not easy to get hold of information about ongoing events in Siem Reap. If you’re lucky your hotel will hold a copy of AsiaLIFE magazine, an excellent guide to what’s hot in Cambodia other than the weather, and they also carry events guides for Phnom Penh and Siem Reap each month. Taking their cue, … read the full post

Dec 02 2011

Cambodian photographer Mak Remissa on show in Siem Reap

Published by under Events

One of Cambodia’s premier photographers, whose work has appeared in numerous publications around the world, Mak Remissa moves between the worlds of impressionistic fine art photography and the more direct style of documentary photojournalism. His second series of fine art photographs, Water is Life, is now on show in the Arts Lounge at the Hotel … read the full post

Nov 19 2011

Whipper-snappers: Young photographers at the Angkor Photo Festival

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The seventh Angkor Photo Festival is not just a showcase of amazing photography from all over the world. It’s also a local event that strives to promote and train young Cambodian photographers and support disadvantaged children from Siem Reap. They do this through a series of dedicated, free workshops for young photographers led by top … read the full post

Nov 09 2011

Angkor Photo Festival

Published by under Festivals

It is one of the core elements of Siem Reap’s emerging artistic scene, a sign of its confidence and capacity to host important events, and an investment in the future of Cambodia’s artists. Now in its seventh year, the Angkor Photo Festival is the first international photo festival in Southeast Asia and launches at 20:30 … read the full post

Oct 03 2011

Photography at Friends Centre

The Angkor Hospital for Children is a well-established and highly reputed charitable hospital set in the heart of Siem Reap. It provides services for children from in and around Siem Reap, with almost one million children so far benefiting from their services in its 12 years of existence. Their valuable work is partially supported by … read the full post

Sep 05 2011

Siem Reap’s tuk tuk photographer

Somehow, we all want to make a difference, whether quietly or to great acclaim, for one individual or for thousands. The stories of differences being made in Cambodia are too numerous to count, but one stands out for being one in which anyone can participate while learning something new and appreciating the beauty of Cambodia. … read the full post

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