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Take a Peek: Terence Carter Photography Portfolio Website

Take a Peek: Terence Carter Photography Portfolio Website

Of all the tasks a pro photographer has to perform these days, editing a photography portfolio has to rank as the most difficult. Take my word for it. And go and take a peek at the new Terence Carter Photography portfolio website. While the work of a pro...
Monday Memories: Greeting the Locals at Beng Mealea

Monday Memories: Greeting the Locals at Beng Mealea

Like I always say, learning a little of the local language goes a long way when asking for a portrait. I like to think that’s how I managed to capture such a generous smile from this guy at Beng Mealea temple in Cambodia. Literally just a few minutes...
Monday Memories: Local Children at Beng Mealea

Monday Memories: Local Children at Beng Mealea

The sunrise scrum at Angkor Wat to get the best position for a photo of the iconic (in the true sense of the word) temple is worth battling. However, many of the rich rewards of visiting Siem Reap come with early morning explorations of lesser...
Monday Memories: Reality Bytes

Monday Memories: Reality Bytes

No, this isn’t a Photoshop job, this is part of a RAW image taken while on assignment in outback Australia. While developing the new Grantourismo website, I had to go back and work on every photo in its original digital RAW file. Not only has...
The Audacious Architecture of Dubai

The Audacious Architecture of Dubai

Boasting breathtaking skylines of sail-shaped buildings, dancing towers, twisting skyscrapers, and even a tuning fork, the audacious architecture of Dubai makes the city a delight to visit for architects, designers, photographers, and travellers. I will never forget a conversation we overheard one day between a little boy and...
Early Morning Alms Giving to the Monks in Luang Prabang, Laos

Early Morning Alms Giving to the Monks in Luang Prabang, Laos

The early morning alms giving to the monks in Luang Prabang, Laos, is one of the main attractions that lures many travellers to the laidback Mekong River town although it’s not unique to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed city. The few times we’ve been out at the crack...
A Local Guide to the Siem Reap Arts Scene and Creative Community

A Local Guide to the Siem Reap Arts Scene and Creative Community

This local guide to the Siem Reap arts scene and creative community comes from designer, gallery owner and entrepreneur Loven Ramos, a long-term resident. Siem Reap has a rich artistic and cultural heritage, evident in its Angkor temple architecture and elaborate carvings, and in the...
Can We Photograph Your Cows?

Can We Photograph Your Cows?

We left the Khmer temples of Prasat Phanom Rung and nearby Prasat Muang Tam that we’d woken at 4am to drive to, in order to capture them at their best at magic hour, and we began our drive back to Korat and on to another Khmer temple...
Kraków After Dark – Images from the Old City

Kraków After Dark – Images from the Old City

‘Twas the night before Christmas and given that Kraków locals take their Christmas traditions earnestly, we decided that we had to check out Midnight Mass at the churches in the Old City. The churches were bursting at the seams and the singing and the atmosphere were...
Ambling Around Beautiful Budapest

Ambling Around Beautiful Budapest

Budapest. It’s a city made for walking. After going grocery shopping, one of the first things we do when we arrive at a new destination for our two-week stay is to walk – and not anywhere in particular, we just wander around our neighbourhood. If...
Sundowners at Salt Lick

Sundowners at Salt Lick

Sparkling wine served by a smiling waiter at a silent hilltop location in the middle of nowhere. Three lively musicians making hypnotic music – just for us. A spread of tasty snacks of samosas and other spicy treats. Cool, crisp mountain air. A slight breeze....