The second of our “Behind the Scenes” series, we throw Chris in at the deep end, quite literally, and ask him to talk us through the process of making this beautiful image of the waterfall at Mt. Kulen in northern Siem Reap Province.
2016 has been an incredible year at Angkor Travel Photography; we invite you to share your thoughts on our best photos from the last twelve months in Cambodia and beyond.
Return of the Chinese! And no, we don’t mean the bus tours in Angkor, but rather our “Chinois” photographer, Régis, who has just gotten back from shooting for Handicap International in West Africa. Read on for more…
We have an exciting new feature on the ATP website – our “Behind the Scenes” series where we take a look at what went on behind the camera when our favourite photographs were made. Join us for our first feature where Ale chats about his shot of the drumming monks at Kampong Phluk.
An exciting new opportunity has presented itself for ATP photographer Régis. Read on to find out all about his new project connecting underprivileged Cambodian children with a long-running international photography festival in Provence, France.