Archive for November 2015

The best of Ha Giang photography tour 2015

For the 3rd edition of the Ha Giang photography tour and workshop, we were a little unlucky and had rain on the last 2 days. Nevertheless, it did not stop everyone from taking stunning photos and learning a lot 🙂 Here is a best of everyone’s top 3 photos taken during the tour.   Jacqui…

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The best of Myanmar photography tour 2015

Farmers walking home at sunset

For my 4th photography tour in Myanmar I had once again 6 great participants. 10 days through amazing Myanmar, from Yangon to Inle lake. This year I added Pindaya on the itinerary and I did not regret it, I will make sure to be back there next year! I asked them to send me 3…

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My rewards

A novice in Myanmar

As a photography instructor and someone who is not entering photo competition or “vote for me” kind of things, I find that I am getting the most rewarding moments when teaching photography. When someone who has been trying to understand camera settings for some time, and finally gets it during my workshop, I feel great.…

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The shaman from the Chin state

Chin man smoking a pipe

On my recent trip to the Chin state, Myanmar, I met Ha Mo Ki. He is 60 years old and the shaman of a small village in the surroundings of Mindat, Myanmar. When meeting him and discovering his wild character, I decided to ask him a few questions, with the help of my translator. Ha…

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Celebrating my 10th photography workshop in Asia

Yesterday I ended my 10th photography tour and workshop in South East Asia with the 6 day tour into Laos.   I started running Hoi An photo tour and workshop over 6 years ago, and I had a vague idea about teaching photography into different locations. I can’t believe today how things have been developing…

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