Tag Archives: Battambang

JUST GET OUT AND SHOOT! – Viewpoint on Photograph vs Gear

Stop Moving

WHICH CAMERA IS THE BEST? Through my years of shooting, I have known some friends of mine who used to be very staunch Canon or Nikon supporter. They used nothing else other than their beloved Canon or Nikon set-up. It has almost become like a cult to them. Recently I met up with one particular […]

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WHEN THE LIGHT SHINES THROUGH – A perspective of Light

Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia -

Before I begin my very first post for 2012, I just like to wish everyone here a very happy New Year and I hope 2012 will be a good and enjoyable photography year for all. Back to my blog, I decided to create this post as a result of my ever-increasing interest in natural lighting […]

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BEST OF STREETS 2011 (Travels)

"What's happening over there?" (Istanbul, Turkey)

This series is a continuation from the earlier post, “BEST OF STREETS 2011 (Local Scene)“. In that post, I had shared some personal street images captured in my home country (Singapore) this year. Do check out the post if you have not visited it. Over here, I had devoted this page to some of my favorite […]

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BACK TO THE OLD SCHOOL – A Cambodia Village School in Photographs

Day dreaming in the classroom

Wat Ek Phnom is an atmospheric, partly collapsed, 11th-century temple situated 11km north of Battambang Town in Cambodia. During the journey back to town after visiting the temple, we passed by several local villages and made a few stops along the way to take some pictures, including an old village school (situated in Ek Phnom […]

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