Photo Workshops in Asia

Angkor, Cambodia, Ladakh, Vietnam, Laos, Uzbekistan

In collaboration with ANGKOR TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY

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ITINERARIES DESIGNED BY PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS

Angkor Travel Photography is the leading photography tour company in Cambodia

We are a group of 3 friends, 3 professional photographers, who have been living in Asia for many years.
Years of experience in the field, the love for photography and the passion for travel have led us to design these photographic itineraries and perfect them over time.

“Perfect your photographic technique in the field, accompanied by an expert tutor always at your disposal”

The emphasis of each photo tour is on the photographer: we will always be in the right place at the right time, you will learn how to get the best out of every situation, how to master your camera, how to “read” the light and how to compose, how to interact with the local population while respecting the people.

“Each tour is a real Photographic Workshop”

During the trip there will be moments to sit in front of the computer to review your photos and learn new post production techniques. For this reason a laptop is strongly recommended.

“Safety first”

After many years of experience in the field we have selected experienced and trusted collaborators and drivers, whether they are minivans or tuk tuk. We have also chosen the best hotels for all budgets and the best restaurants where food is safe.

Photo tour in Cambogia

Cambodia: Buddhist water blessing ritual

foto tour in Ladakh, bimba con la mamma

Photo tour in Ladakh

Il villaggio galleggiante al tramonto

Cambodia: the floating village at sunset

VIDEO OF THE PHOTO TOUR IN CAMBODIA AND LADAKH

Responsible travel photography

All our photo tours follow the principles of “responsible travel photography”.

Responsible travel photography aims to have a positive impact on the local population. We will live unique and unforgettable experiences, but we must never forget that we are guests in countries with different cultures and traditions that are sometimes difficult to understand.

By following simple ethical tips, we will still be able to get the desired shots without breaking cultural taboos, without damaging the environment and the artistic heritage and without endangering people or wildlife.

 

Fotografia di viaggio responsabile
Fotografia di viaggio responsabile

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