About this activity
Photo experience in Cambodian local life
Cambodia is not only Angkor. Cambodia is also a country with a modern, vibrant, and fascinating culture in many ways. It is this contemporary, but yet so typical, side that we invite you to discover... and to photograph!
To introduce you to Cambodian local life, and allow you to get fabulous pictures of it, I will take you to discover a small village, located on the shores of Lake Tonle Sap. This will be an exceptional opportunity to meet the locals, and thus practice portraiture!
To make sure you come back with great photos from your experience,I will advise you on technique and composition, as well as provide you with spots and personal shooting tips!
Now, I have been a photographer for almost 20 years. From 2000 to 2009, I shared my time between photography and housing development projects management in France. After that, I oriented my career in more travel photography, working for a French non-profit organization (named Au Fil de l’Eau). This took me to Central Asia and South East Asia as both a photographer and a project manager. After the completion of this initiative (2011), I then moved to Cambodia where I have been working on photography consultancies and project monitoring & evaluation activities for NGOs. Since 2013 as opportunities for photography contracts significantly increased, I have dedicated my professional life to photography for NGOs, corporation and some magazines/newspapers. I always give to my images a documentary style, with no posed images. Looking for the proximity to people, I establish contact, great communication and interactions before taking photos.
PART 2 · 00:00 − 00:00