Sunday, July 17, 2016

Half and Full Day Phnom Penh Photo Tour & workshop by Michael Klinkhamer.


Half and Full Day Phnom Penh Photo Tour & workshop by Michael Klinkhamer.

Photo Tours in Cambodia. Camera instructions and photo training workshops. Hosted by Photographer Michael Klinkhamer. ©2018-2019

"Taking you into the intimate world of the common Cambodian and places No other tour will get you."




Phnom Penh Pagoda and Monk. Photo by MK©
Overview
Professional Photographer Michael Klinkhamer is leading a casual photo workshop-tour in Phnom Penh.(small groups of 2-3-4 people) You will learn and understand how to set your camera for optimum results and discover Phnom Penh City with your own camera. This fast learning photo workshop is designed to make you a better photographer. For all levels and beginners. For Bookings Call: +85560873847. e-mail:info@cambodiaphototours.asia
  • Half day's starts from 7.15am or 8am until 12am~afternoon from 13.30pm until 17.15pm. $75,-(4 hours) including all transportation.
  • Full day from starts from 7.15am or 8am till 17.15pm. $150-(8 hours) including all transportation.
  • Starts daily  from FCC Restaurant and Bar, 363 Sisowath Quay, Riverside, Phnom Penh.
©Photo by MK


Example Itinerary
  • Full Instructions class and explaining camera basics if required.
  • Walking from FCC  on the riverside near the royal Palace through the interesting temple complex Wat Ounalom.
  • Walking through the busy food market and the French Quarter of Phnom Penh.
  • Riding a motorized Tuk-Tuk to the Chinese neighborhood/market and hidden alleys with street food and local cool coffee places. 
  • Alternatively we can visit an even more intense location in the slums and waste dump of Phnom Penh, about 30 minutes from the city center to get a sense of the other reality of people caught between a rock & a hard place.
  • Sailing the ferry to cross the Tonle Sap and Mekong rivers to discover  unknown and more rural parts of Phnom Penh.
  • Visiting pagodas. meeting friendly and curious monks at their working and worshiping places.
  • Watching lotus fields and the Mekong river at sunset in the magical moment of light.



Photo by MK ©









Tripadvisor Reviews: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g293940-d4759247-Reviews-Cambodia_Photo_Tours_by_Michael_Klinkhamer_Day_Tours-Phnom_Penh.html


5 of 5 starsReviewed May 13, 2016

Michael takes you into the intimate world of the common Cambodian. You can explore the tourist sites in your own time, but for a photographic eye into Phnom Penh's plethora of diverse neighborhoods, you do need Michael. As a photographer one can be easily overwhelmed and a little intimidated by the vibrancy of this city. Instead of striding off in search of a great picture, Michael has taught me that the best shots are often right in front of you. Relax and go with the flow. Michael is all about the people and he will take you into the heart of Phnom Penh, areas that you would never have discovered otherwise. He is comfortable in his surroundings and easily engages with the locals. Whether it be connected shots or telephoto be prepared not to lose any opportunity. The optimum focal length you will be working with is 50 to 300. The images you see are often chaotic, so better to concentrate on the details rather than trying to capture too much in your shot. However Phnom Penh has some very cool dilapidated post colonial French architecture and great rustic temples, so don't leave your wide angle behind!

5 of 5 starsReviewed 5 days agoNEW
I loved this tour. Michael showed me many tricks in the camera to take better pictures and a great feedback on the pics I took. It was also a great time spent with him. Michael knows a lot of what he does and it was great to see the way he approaches photography with passion. That for me makes the whole difference.
It was also great the places he took me. It was exactly what I wanted which is not to see the touristic places but the real people in Cambodia.
Hope to meet Michael again wherever he is for a next photo tour someday.
Visited June 2016


5 of 5 starsReviewed April 25, 2016
Mr. Klinkhamer kept it simple for me. Explanations were not to technical. Gained a lot of insider knowledge throughout the walking tour of Phnom Penh. Not boring. I have been getting better photo's ever since.
Thanks

Visited April 2016

5 of 5 starsReviewed March 20, 2016
Michael is a real local. Don't expect to see the Royal Palace or the Silver Pagoda, Michael will take you off the beaten path and will make you discover the heart of Phnom Penh. I didn't really know what to expect but the tour and photography lesson I had was the best ever. Michael is passionate and shares his secrets and his way of capturing the real life in the great photography. He explained me how to connect with people in the streets to everyone has a great experience. He also took the time to show me how to have the best setting on my camera based on my needs and the way I'm using it. Really don't hesitate you will have a great moment and wonderful memory photos. Thank you again Michael for transmitting so much your knowledge through your passion.

Visited March 2016

·       What’s included: Full photography and camera instructions and guidance.
                                          Image reviews, tips & tricks during the workshop.
                                          Free water.

    What's not included: Transportation 1/2 day $12,- Full Day $24,- by tuk-tuk on                                             standby. Food and beverages.







                                                                                               





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