George Mann – Photo Tour & Photography Services Photographers travel at their own pace, they go to locations not available from regular tour companies, need to have a driver available at 4:30 am for a sunrise shot, and often wait around for the weather to change.
Well it is almost December and within a few short weeks it will be 2010 so I guess it is time to update my Personal Photo Tour Services and plan for the New Year. George Mann – Personal Photo Tour & Photography Services The personal photo tour business has been very poor this year (2009), … [Read more…]
For small groups ranging from 1 to 5 tour participants. We provide personal photo tour services and on location workshops in South East Asia. You let us know what you are looking to do and we will set up the trip for you. We are now based out of Seattle, Washington (USA), but were previously … [Read more…]
photo: George Mann – Nikon D80, Nikkor DX 12-24mm f/4 This image was taken at a rest stop on Route 48, about half way between Koh Kong on the Thai Border and the Cambodian capital city of Phnom Penh. The truck in the foreground is carrying gasoline and diesel fuel canisters to sell to stranded … [Read more…]
photo © george mann Camera: Nikon D80, lens: Nikon Nikkor 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED IF AF-S DX VR Zoom
Please visit the OObject website and vote for my swimming pool shot from Angkor Wat as being the most cool swimming pool in the world. This pool is over 1000 years old and is one of two identical pools inside Angkor Wat. Vote here – http://oobject.com/category/really-cool-pools
Destination: Siem Reap & the Angkor Temples, for small groups ranging from 1 to 4 tour participants. It’s your party, whether you are alone or bring a few of your best friends, the tour fee stays the same.
The Cambodian winter is fast approaching, which means that for the next three or four months it will be easier to spend long days exploring the mysteries of the Angkor temple ruins. My personal photo expeditions are not for everyone, but if you want to experience the life I have lived for three decades now … [Read more…]