Ben Thanh Market at night
Well, it just happened I had time to kill and camera was in my bag. I have been there once, but this time I was with a wide angle lens. Luckily I was able to find places to stabilize the camera without a tripod.
how poor of Cambdia? The first pic looks incredible that our lifestyle in Ampenh so messed.
One of the umbrellas in the first picture is cool; it’s as if you’ve got one Google color-schemed product logos. What a nice combination of colors!
Given your passion in urban photography, I highly encourage to take part in the Phnom Penh Evolution: photography exhibition at Bophana Center.
@ Sopink: If you think Cambodia looks so poor in the photo, there are much more things you have failed to see here then😉
@ Cambopedia: I did not think of the google colors when I took the photo. It just came by chance. For the exhibition, it sounds very interesting. But how can I join it?
The first thing to do is to talk to people at Bophana Center. Show them your photos to give them a shot that you’re more than just an amateur photographer. They will be surprised, if not ashamed, to learn about your stunning photography work. If they need references or such letters, ask your blog readers to send you what they think about your photography. There you go.
Thank for your good advice and generous word. Now I am in Siem Reap for about a week. I will try to mail them, though.
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