Angkor for Photographers

Cambodia - Siem Reap

September 2009

1/100th @ f/2.0
ISO 400
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV

Angkor for Photographers

Cambodia - Siem Reap
51 images

Photographers who visit the temples of Angkor are inevitably inspired to see the ruins and jungle through the cast of Black & White. The medium invokes a feeling of time long past that rests comfortably with the subject material. Places like Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm loose their depth, detail and warmth when presented in colour. See link at the end for my guide to help you photograph at Angkor.

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If you're heading to Angkor yourself soon do have a look at our fabulous field guide on photographing Angkor and Siem Reap...

These images were taken during my Ancient Kingdoms Photo Tour in November 2011. Each year I spend two weeks sharing my favourite highlights of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia with a group of eight fellow photographers. Come along and discover what makes South-East Asia such a cultural treasure and so inspiring for photographers...

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