The Light

And how I created it.

We met these 2 children at one of the temple ruins in Siem Reap. With the help of our tour guide we managed to get them to pose for us.

This shot was taken without the rays of course but the lighting then was really good. After I processed it […]

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Up to the challenge

Coaching a newcomer to photography and photoshop (I was told 2 months into photography) was indeed a challenge. I knew I could do it and judging from the shots taken by Tharma here, I think I can say that it was a success.

I started off with the very basics talking about my camera settings […]

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Vintage Kharu

I have so many files to process that I almost do not know where to start. And I have files since March that I have not finished processing!

Well, I have to start somewhere as these files begged to be processed. For a start here is one of Kharunisia Jazmin taken during the Manuel […]

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Siem Reap, here I come!

One more day and I will be off to Siem Reap, Cambodia on my (very likely) last teaching photo-safari for the year. Having organised and taught in 2 previous photo-safaris this year (Myanmar – March and Bali – June), I think it is time I start something different to keep my interest going. You see, […]

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The first assignment is out

As promised today I would like to kick-start this assignment series specially for all (free) members to my site. If you have not registered yet and would like to join in the fun, please do so here. It is important to note that registering as a free member is different from subscribing to my posts.

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