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The vastness of the Angkor temple complex often presents itself as a challenging photographic subject to capture the “essence” of the Angkor complex of temples. Try not to capture the vastness, but rather focus on the details.

Join us for our next workshop, 25th Sept – 1st October 2106, with Mike Browne from photographycourses.biz.

Book by 30th of April and enjoy a 10% discount.Itinerary and pricing
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Did you know Angkor Wat was the central command post for the Khmer rouge forces during the Civil War?
Pay us a visit on the way in learn more about our more recent history first hand form the veterans. It's a convenient and easy stop, located just behind the ticket booth. If you don't have a temple pass just state that you are visiting the war remnant museum and you're granted access!
#civil#war#museum#cambodia
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Strangely enough the best time to visit Cambodia is during the “OFF PEAK” (late Aug to Oct) - the tail end of the rainy season when Cambodia is most beautiful, Rain has washed the country clean and although a tropical downpour (which is fun in itself) may hold up proceedings for a few minutes this is more than outweighed by iconic images. Fluorescent, water laden rice paddies reflecting barmy rain baring clouds, silhouetted palm trees set against burning orange skies. The air is fresh and temples at their “Indiana Jones” best with shady areas covered in moss (watch your step). And guess what? – by definition “off peak” means less people - more choices, better service and better prices.
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This is a real photo adventure to a wonderful area untouched by tourism. Photograph stunning views of rice terraces in the mountains, friendly villagers, farmers, Fantastic and sunsets.
In collaboration with photography Mentor Mike Browne http://photographycourses.biz, we begin in Hanoi and drive north to Lao Cai and the mountains on the boarder with China. Tourists don't come here so it's completely un-spoilt and the people welcoming and friendly. Nothing is ever too much trouble and they are happy to be photographed going about their lives.
We visit and shoot in H'mong villages, Black Dzao and Nung tribes where you'll get stunning images of daily life and an insight into this rarely visited region.
For full details please download an itinerary. In brief...
http://www.photographycourses.biz/vietnam

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Now has never been a better time to visit Myanmar on a photographic Journey of discovery and adventure. Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) has won a landslide victory in Myanmar after general elections on 8 November. It was the country’s first national vote since a nominally civilian government was introduced in 2011, ending nearly 50 years of military rule.
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A great pre course to consider before attending our workshops.
Wow! The Editor in Chief of 500px DL Cade, took a look at the new Lightroom course and said...

"7 Steps to Workflow Mastery is required viewing for anybody who intends to use Lightroom to its full potential, simple as that. Mike Browne has finally given this subject the attention it deserves, showing even the most hapless among us just how simple it can be to get organized in Lightroom.

In a single course: he demystifies Catalogs, Collections, and Importing, sets you up with an intuitive and intelligent file system that works for you, and helps you build workflow habits that will save you, in the long run, days worth of digging through Lightroom looking for “that one image” from “that one time.”

Put in the time and effort this course demands, and you’ll come out on the other side better organized and more knowledgeable about Lightroom than most professional photographers I know."

http://www.photographycourses.biz/courses/lightroom_workflow

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#Aperture#Asia# photography# Tours# Adventure# Cambodia#Vietnam#Myanmar
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Now we have all the megapixels that we need, it's our intent that counts now - Mark Power.
#Aperture#Asia#photography#Tours#Adventure#Cambodia#Hoi An#Vietnam
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