“Go Back In Time” Siem Reap Photo-safari August 16th-20th, 2011

I have decided to go back to my first love for photo-safaris i.e. to Siem Reap and the historical Angkor Wat complex. The last time I was there was in November 2008 where I spent some great photography time with a group of photographers from Singapore, Indonesia Vietnam and my home country, Malaysia. That annual event was called Crossing Bridges (5th edition). You may see some of the shots I took here and here. Somehow whenever I was there I felt that I was going back in time.

I have been planning an interesting itinerary for this event for the past couple of months. I always believe that for photo-safaris one should not only go to touristy areas but also spend a bit more time away from the crowd to villages and temples not frequented by the usual tourists. This is where the attraction of this safari lies. I have also planned a structured evening post-processing program for the participants so that by the end of the safari, they will be very comfortable with my workflow. I have decided to make this group small (max 6 pax) so that I can spend quality time with the participants during the safari. This will add to the cost but when you want quality, something has to give. That applies to the hotel (Somadevi Angkor Hotel) we will be staying at too -- I prefer to travel in comfort.

This safari is now open for registration. Since I already have pre-registrants, places are limited. Hence to avoid disappointment, and especially if you like to shoot with me, please register (and pay) early. Note that this event is on a first-pay, first-serve basis.

So join me and "go back in time" to Siem Reap this August!

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