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Cambodia Travel and Food Writing and Photography Retreat

Cambodia Travel and Food Writing and Photography Retreat

Our next travel and food writing and photography retreat will take place in Cambodia from 1-10 October 2016 in Siem Reap and Battambang. We’ll be exploring Cambodian cuisine and culture and getting creative and we’d love you to join us. Our travel and food writing and photography...
The Best Camera Gear for Photographing Angkor Wat

The Best Camera Gear for Photographing Angkor Wat

What’s the best camera gear for photographing Angkor Wat and the other temples is usually the first question I get asked by friends coming to Siem Reap who are into photography. Here’s what to pack for capturing memorable images. As a Siem Reap based photographer I’ve spent a lot of time...
Cambodia Culinary Travel Writing and Photography Retreat Dates

Cambodia Culinary Travel Writing and Photography Retreat Dates

We’re excited to finally announce dates and prices for our 10-day Cambodia Culinary Travel Writing and Photography Retreat – in May and October 2016. We’re offering two experiences this year, and retreats instead of tours. Following on from our well-received culinary travel writing and photography tour in May...
Natural Light Food Photography

Natural Light Food Photography

On our upcoming EAT LEARN LOVE CAMBODIA culinary travel writing and photography tour I’ll be providing support to participants and running photography workshops on subjects like natural light food photography. In preparation, I thought I’d share some pre-trip advice on how to use available light and a...
Lenses for Food Photography on the Road

Lenses for Food Photography on the Road

Whether you’re doing some food photography purely for your own delicious pleasure, for your food blog, or you’re aiming to pitch a story to a lifestyle, travel or food magazine, shooting mouthwatering food photos is a must. I’m not talking about setting up restaurant shoots or shooting a studio...
Dreaming of Dancing Boats, a Sunset Timelapse in Hoi An

Dreaming of Dancing Boats, a Sunset Timelapse in Hoi An

I know we’ve told you before, but we really love Hoi An on Vietnam‘s central coast. And now we’re dreaming of dancing boats after I put together this sunset timelapse in Hoi An that I shot when we were living there last year for three...
Monday Memories: Shooting by Candlelight

Monday Memories: Shooting by Candlelight

During the recent full moon rituals held during the Siem Reap Water Festival or Bon Om Tuk, locals purchased elaborate floating candles from sellers on the waterfront, to offer to the river. While it was lovely to watch, it was a challenge to photograph. Here are some tips on shooting by candlelight....
Monday Memories: A Face in the Crowd

Monday Memories: A Face in the Crowd

The crowds at the Siem Reap Water Festival, or Bon Om Tuk, were massive. People from all over Cambodia had come to the city for the boat races and they all seemed to have gathered along the riverside to watch the event. The challenge was to capture...
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: A Portrait Session on Sydney Harbour

Monday Memories: A Portrait Session on Sydney Harbour

It was Australia Day yesterday, 26th January, and while we always feel conflicted on this day that celebrates the official ‘founding’ of Australia in 1788 when the First Fleet arrived from Britain, despite Australia being occupied by indigenous peoples for around 40,000 years previously, it was...