Welcome to Cambodia Photo Tours by Michael Klinkhamer and welcome from where ever you are in the world, right now!  Perhaps this is the first step into your photo travel adventures into Cambodia.
Maybe you have been already on the road for some time and would like to improve your picture taking skills and better understanding of equipment in order to improve. Or enjoy the camaraderie of going for a fun field trip with similar minded photo enthusiasts.
We are here to get you going prepared and like to help you in learning how to take wonderful pictures, and feel more confident and in touch with your passion during your stay in Cambodia and your many travels and adventures after that. Professional Photographer Michael Klinkhamer is leading a casual photo workshop-tour in Phnom Penh. During this optional half day (costs $55,- p.p) and full day photo tour (costs $110,- p.p.) you will learn to set your camera for optimum results and discover exciting Phnom Penh City with your 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
website Photographer Michael Klinkhamer: www.michaelklinkhamer.com
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  • Half day from 13.30pm till 17.15pm. $55,-
  • Full day from    9.30am till 17.15pm. $110,-

Check the possible itinerary in the Tours & Workshop section.

Cambodia Photo Tours by Michael Klinkhamer also provides multi-day workshop tours from 2 days up-to 10 days workshop photo tours Cambodia wide. Including Siem Reap’s amazing Angor Wat Temple complex,  the rice paddy economic and upcoming cultural  city of Battembang and also the former Khmer Rouge stronghold town Pailin, now a frontier town near the Thai border crossing, a haven for photo treks into the wild and enjoying **** luxury accommodation.
Please check out what we have to offer in the menu, and if you are aiming at something even more or personalized, let us know. We are here to help you and do like to talk about photography, travel and the endless photographic possibilities in South East Asia.

Thanks. Yours truly, Michael Klinkhamer.

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Bert Stern, Elite Photographer Known for Images of Marilyn Monroe, Dies at 83. Words by Michael Klinkhamer. Photography Bert Stern.

 

 
Bert Stern, an elite commercial photographer who helped redefine advertising and fashion art in the 1950s and ’60s but is perhaps best known for his painfully raw and poignant photos of Marilyn Monroe, taken for Vogue six weeks before her death, died on Tuesday at his home in Manhattan. He was 83.

50 years after her death Marilyn Monroe (Norma Jeane Baker) continues to amaze the world with her iconic pictures. Unreleased photo’s still turn up and her truly iconic smile and beauty are there for us to enjoy and lighten up even the darkest places on earth.
Marilyn Monroe died on 5 Augustus 1962, age 36. Exactly fifty years ago. Perhaps the most photographed woman of our times died a mysterious death and left the world wondering and grieving for what could have been.
I’ ve always loved woman. I think being a woman must be very difficult. After all, you’re always on the inside. Men look at the outside. It’s that illusion wich is so delicious. Once you break that mask, then you in another world~ Bert Stern.

Photographer Bert Stern held three photo sessions between June and July 1962 intended for Vogue Magazine only weeks before her death shrouded by mystery. These pictures became known as “The Last Sitting.” At the time Bert Stern was a star photographer in his one right. Notoriously nicknamed the “Badboy” of photography he photographed all the major artist, movie stars and celebrities in the late fifty’s and sixty’s.
Now at the age of 84, Bert Stern talks to Michael Klinkhamer at his apartment in New York City, about his most famous work and why that photo shoot left him personally undone for the rest of his life.
Contracted by Vogue, Stern commanded in his contract that he could shoot and publish his personal photo work for the magazine at least 10 pages a year on anything he wanted to do.
To his own surprise he concluded that Marilyn Monroe never before featured the pages of Vogue magazine.
 
Bert Stern had met Marilyn Monroe before, briefly at an Actors Studio party in 1955. Taken aback by her fame and beauty and too shy he dared not to approach her personally. She made a huge impression on Stern, who was a young upcoming New York photographer and an all ready notorious womanizer. It took him years to gain self-confidence to even dare talking to her. Finally, years later he had gained enough self confidence and status as a famous star photographer to approach her for his personal Vogue photo shoot in June 1962.
Bert Stern was the ‘original madman’. He could do just everything in photography.”~ Benedikt Taschen-book publisher.
Monroe and Stern locked themselves up at the biggest suit at the Los Angeles Bel Air Hotel and converted the place into a studio. Armed with a few cases of Dom Perignon Champagne and some basic props, jewelry and scarves. Finally Marilyn Monroe was his muse for a day and a long creative night that continued into the early next morning.
Tell me how did you do it, Mr Stern?
 
 
“When she walked up to me I could see that she had changed. She lost weight, she wore no makeup. Dressed in some black tight slacks a pink sweater and a scarf around her neck. I said to her, wow your beautiful!” She replied; “what a nice thing to say.” But I really ment it, I did not expect her to be so beautiful. She had this blond hair and a luminous skin.”
“To photograph her naked was not my intension. I wasn’t out to do it. But it ended up more nude than I expected. I brought with me all these scarves and jewelry and thrown them on the bed. She said, what do you want to do? I replied what do you like to do?
You want to do me naked, don’t you? She replied. She picked up this scarf and held it up. She asked her personal hairdresser George, what do you think, about nudes with scarves? He replied “divine” and I knew my life was in his hands for that moment. She went into the bathroom and came out naked, she said how is this for a 30th of a second, holding up a see through scarf. I already understood at the time this was something never to be repeated. Me being with Marilyn Monroe, naked in a hotel room and I could do anything I wanted to do.”
“She embodied so much in the pictures; divinity, goddess, living, passion. I did that self portrait, on the bed sitting next to her, a wine bottle of Chateau Lafite Rothchild on the foreground. I placed a mirror in front of us. I had no idea of what the exposure was, but it came out all right.
Somehow there was an other force with her, a magical force. After all we are our pictures, we are a visual experience. She was just perfect. We kept shooting that day and night until she passed out on the bed.
After the shoot Vogue called me and said we love these pictures so much and want you to go back to L.A and continue with her. So we kept on shooting for two more days, this time at first in clothes and in black and white.
But we loved our first session better and we decided to retreat into a room by ourselves, and do our own pictures. So I did the sexy pictures of her naked on the bed. I really wanted to make out with her, since that was my intension from the beginning.”
“To sleep with with Marilyn Monroe was my desire, but I had taken a pill of dexedrine to stay up, it was three a clock in the morning. Marilyn was on her usual Champagne cocktail, spiked with vodka. She was going like a house on fire. I was trying to keep up with her. The dexedrine pill gave me energy but I lost my sexual appetite. She said to me “I want a men with a easy touch and a slow hand.” So I tried to kiss her, but then she said no.
Woman are everything, man are just a muscle~Bert Stern.
 
 
“What made Marilyn cross out  the pictures so dramatically? Vogue never let people see the pictures before publication, but for her I made an exception.                                                                              She returned them with those orange crossed out X markings and  some even scratched with a hairpin deep into the emulsion. Because in some of them she found a reflection of her image she did not like. But they are very interesting, as a matter of fact she kind of created art. Orange translucent crossings on black and with pictures! Don’ t you just want to eat them? Laughs Stern.
If you see something you like, just shoot it. ~Bert Stern.
“Our first session was shot in June, the last sitting in July. Vogue went to press on august 6. on a Monday. She died the night before on Sunday August 5.                                                                          I had no idea what was going on with her. I did not understand what her demons where, what pain. Because I was just a kid, wanting to make out with Marilyn Monroe.
The next best thing was the pictures. Maybe the best thing, because they still exist
And people still want it. They still want a piece of that passion that I had.”
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Portrait Bert Stern in front of Monroe photograph by Neilson Bernard.
 
http://www.bertsternmadman.com
Recommended documentary movie  on Bert Stern’s  life and work:http://www.bertsternmadman.com
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z21HPhONQFs
Book:
Three Legends: Monroe by Mailer and Stern
TASCHEN has paired Mailer’s original text (his 1973 biography Marilyn) with Bert Stern’s extraordinary photographs—widely considered the most intimate ever taken of Monroe—to create a fitting tribute to the woman who, at the time of her death in 1962, was the world’s most famous, a symbol of glamour and eroticism for an entire generation.
Norman Mailer/Bert Stern: Marilyn Monroe
 
Credits:
Text; Michael Klinkhamer.

Photo Tours & Workshop in Phnom Penh and beyond.

 

Learn from international publishing Professional Photographer for over 25 years. Michael Klinkhamer is living and working in Phnom Penh-Cambodia since three years

Michael Klinkhamer is born in Holland-Amsterdam and works as a professional photographer for over 25 years. His many photo assignments and travels around the world combined with shooting portraits of wonderful people gives Michael a wide open perspective of the beauty that surrounds us. “I traveled and worked extensively in Europe, Australia, Hawaii and in Asia. In those places and Asia in particular you can’t really go wrong in taking great pictures, the wonderful people, the diverse land (city)scapes and those little special things that I see on a day to day bases are the continuous picture story unfolding before my eyes. It’s just my camera that I use to filter and capture those magical moments.”

“During my photo workshops and photo day field trips I want to share my experience and share my knowledge and  excitement with my students. I want to give more confidence and professional tools and useful tricks, so you will  take better pictures, right away and also see the beauty in places and people that are sometimes hidden. From taking an intimate portrait in a very busy street or to how to capture a meaningful landscape-architecture or simple natural wonder, like flowers or the smaller details of life that we often overlook.”

Cambodia Photo Tours by klinkphoto  participants wrote on Tripadvisor: “Excellent Photo Workshop” “Showed results” “Wonderful way to visit Phnom Penh, great pictures too!”  “Fabulous intro to Phnom Penh – and great benefit to my photography”  “great day, learned a lot”   “Knowledgeable, flexible and patient!”

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“Come and join me in Cambodia for the best experience in photography.” Cheers!

 

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Photographer Michael Klinkhamer’s latest exhibition, “pure thomacheat,” is a reminder of the fragile natural world that is often overlooked by the inhabitants of cities such as phnom penh. “in the cities with people rushing to get more money and more business, the power of nature the power of flowers…subsequently they’re suffering from our environmental impact and it’s very delicate, the secret life of plants,” he said, speaking at his exhibition this week.

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Dutch photographer Michael Klinkhamer was exhibiting his photo series “Can’t Go Wrong Here” at the famous Cambodian FCC-restaurant in Phnom Penh, from 29-February until 29 April 2014. The photo show featured a series of photographs he made during the Cambodia Photo Tours and workshops, he was conducting throughout Phnom Penh from August 2013 until February […]

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Dutch photographer Michael Klinkhamer will be exhibiting his photo series “Can’t Go Wrong Here” at FCC Phnom Penh. The show will feature a series of photographs he has taken during the Cambodia Photo Tour Klinkhamer is conducting throughout Phnom Penh over the last 6 months. Klinkhamer is a professional photographer with over 25 years of experience. He is permanently based in Phnom Penh, and we met at the FCC Phnom Penh to discuss his experiences and travels, and how he wound up pursuing his photography and workshop teaching passion in Phnom Penh.

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A lot of photojounalists are genuinely interested in their fellow humans and hope to open people’s eyes through their work. But there are also photographers who just do their job and have no compassion with the people they portray. Michael Klinkhamer talked to Nhem Enh, a former photographer for the Khmer Rouge. It was his job to portray the prisoners in the infamous S-21 prison in Cambodia. These pictures were never intended to be published and had no journalistic purpose but turned out to form a impressive document of ‘la sale guerre’ (dirty war) and are now on permanent display at the S-21 genocide museum in Phnom Penh.

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Opeens is de kunstenaar Peter Klashorst, dan nu toch echt de lul, letterlijk. Sinds een paar weken lijdt hij aan de ziekte Aids. Publiekelijk breeduit gemeten, vorige week in een Volkskrant interview van Robbert Vuijsje en als dé lulhannes van de maand geportretteerd in een vileine, grappig bedoelde column van Nico Dijkshoorn.

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In this digital age, most of my pictures appear in magazines, on the internet via I-pads or on social media.
“I believe it is time for a couple of my images to be freed from their digital containment in order to open up fully and scream their message of beauty and horror on a larger scale on XL print”. “Working in Cambodia and around the Capital city Phnom Penh was very rewarding exciting and often spicy. It’s a full-on life’s combustion of experiences and random emotions.

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Any visitor to Cambodia will remember the people long after they returned home. Blessed with warmth and a curious mind, their faces radiate a deeper sense of strength, spiritual lightness and determination to give everything in this life.

Photographer Michael Klinkhamer captured these Cambodian Faces in a black and white photographic journey, mostly around the capital city of Phnom Penh for over a year, between 2011-2013. Including the national mourning period after their king Norodom Sihanouk passed away in October 2012.

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The historic pictures on permanent display at the former prison S-21 in Phnom Penh are a small but very powerful testimonial of the horror inflicted on humans by the Khmer Rouge. Today the S-21 prison in Phnom Penh is a holocaust museum. It draws millions of tourist a year into its sinister walls. Inside S-21, 15.000 people where imprisoned and tortured for a confession and killed at a nearby Killing Field.

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Tim Page is a an English born, war photographer(68)whose pictures became best known during the Vietnam war. During the 1960s Page operated as a freelancer for UPI and Associated Press. His images where published around the world, including in Time and Paris Match magazines, and helped shape people’s perceptions on the conflict in South-East Asia. The drug-addled-brave war photographer played by actor Dennis Hopper in the movie Apocalypse Now (1979) was largely based on Page.

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Chum Mey personifies the tormented history of his country, surviving the brutal Khmer Rouge regime. At the age of 47 he was dragged blindfolded into the Tuol Sleng prison, secret code name:S-21, where he was beaten and underwent electrocution for 12 days. At this Tuol Sleng Prison, 12.000 people, man, woman and children were chained and tortured for day’s, weeks, sometimes months in order to tell anything their tortures wanted to hear.

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Landmines and other explosive remnants of wars still remain within Cambodia as a lethal legacy of many decades of wars and civil conflicts, which continued in some parts of the country until as late as 1998. As a result, Cambodia became one of the most heavily landmine contaminated countries in the world.

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Bert Stern, an elite commercial photographer who helped redefine advertising and fashion art in the 1950s and ’60s but is perhaps best known for his painfully raw and poignant photos of Marilyn Monroe, taken for Vogue six weeks before her death, died on Tuesday at his home in Manhattan. He was 83.

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Wherever he is, at a New York nightclub or deep in the African wilderness, the world famous nature and fashion photographer, pop-art artist, adventurer, womanizer, party animal and good looking rascal, Peter Beard (1938) is always surrounded by celebrities, artists and his amazing pictures of wild nature and feminine beauty. At home at his New York apartment Beard talks with Michael Klinkhamer about what’s inspired him in life and work.

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Nederland heeft altijd z’n eigen tegendraadse, scabreuze, en spraakmakende, geniale kunstenaars en herrieschoppers gehad. Rembrandt, Vincent van Gogh, Anton Heyboer, Jan Cremer, en Herman Brood gingen hem voor. De jongste telg uit dit illustere barbaarse schilder gezelschap is Peter Klashorst.

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Fotografie is een belangrijk medium voor verslaglegging en geschiedschrijving. Soms kunnen foto’s zelfs de geschiedenis beïnvloeden. Zo hebben twee foto’s met name bijgedragen aan de beëindiging van de oorlog in Vietnam: die van een meisje dat naakt en gewond vlucht voor napalm, en die van een executie midden op straat.

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Tussen de schuifelende marktbezoekers, boeren en Italiaanse schonen in bontjas, loopt Jan Cremer breedgeschouderd, ferme tred, hier en daar ontspannen handenschuddend met enkele dorpsbewoners. Samen met Babette, zijn blonde vrouw en een voormalig topfotomodel, lopen ze het terras van Café des Arts op. Ze zijn een opvallende verschijning tussen de kleine, Italiaanse bergdorp bewoners.

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Benedikt Taschen vergaarde een fortuin met boeken. Vorig jaar verkocht zijn uitgeverij er bijna 20 miljoen. Het geheim achter zijn succes: diversiteit, in titels en de juiste prijs. Van loodzware limited ohammeds voor duizenden euro’s – Helmut Newtons SUMO, Muhammad Ali’s GOAT – (red. Greatest Of All Time), tot handzame boekjes voor een grijpstuiver.

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Het werk van de architect Daniel Libeskind is wereldwijd verspreid, zijn belangrijkste opdracht kreeg hij inNew York aangeboden. De beroemde architect heeft de Freedom Tower ontworpen, op die beruchte plek waar tien jaar geleden, vóór 9/11/2001 de Twin Towers stonden.

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Helmut Newton was de bad boy van de mode- en glamourfotografie. Met zijn krachtige beelden van vrouwen – al dan niet naakt en vaak in extreme poses – tartte hij de grenzen van acceptatie. De creatieve nalatenschap van de beroemde fotograaf wordt beheerd door zijn vrouw June. Michael Klinkhamer ontmoette haar aan de vooravond van een nieuwe expositie van Newtons werk in het Museum voor Fotografie in Berlijn.

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Monroe’s schoonheid is tijdloos. Haar prachtige lach en onweerstaanbare schoonheid vastgelegd op duizenden foto’s zijn nog altijd, als je er even op let, over de hele wereld te zien.
5 augustus 1962, nu precies negenenveertig jaar na haar tragische dood laten unieke foto’s van fotograaf Milton Greene de weerslag van hun vriendschap en liefde voor de camera zien. Een eerbetoon aan Norma Jeanne (Los Angeles 5 augustus 1962) en Milton Greene.

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Het fundament van schrijven én fotograferen is verrijkend voor michael klinkhamer, zowel voor zijn geest als onderneming. De van origine fotograaf reist daarom in zijn zoektocht naar kennis en positieve energie de hele wereld rond. “ik wil antwoord hebben op mijn foto’s.”

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In de Alpen zijn echte oerkrachten nog in hun volle glorie zichtbaar. Ook al hebben de belangrijkste gletsjers door de opwarming van de aarde veel van hun ijslaag verloren, ze blijven een indrukwekkende aanblik bieden. De natuurkracht en de schoonheid van deze hoogste toppen van Europa blijft een bron van inspiratie en oefent op vrijwel alle Europeanen een bijzondere aantrekkingskrachten uit. Om dat aan den lijve te ondervinden beklom Michael met zijn zoon Robin (15 jaar) per motor de twee hoogste bergen van Europa.

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Al meer dan veertig jaar is Jan Akkerman de ongekroonde koning van de Nederlandse rock- en bluesmuziek. Bekend geworden met de prog-rockformatie Focus en de Jan akkerman Band, speelde de Nederlandse gitaarvirtuoos ook samen met een breed scala aan muziekvrienden, van bluesgod BB King tot Paco de Lucia, de grote flamencogitarist. Michael Klinkhamer zocht Akkerman op, thuis in Volendam, voor een gesprek over de nieuwe Cd “Minor Details”, rotzooien op de gitaar en de geluiden van zijn leven.

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De krankzinnige genocide van Pot Pol van 1975 tot 1979 heeft in het dagelijks leven van Cambodja diepe wonden en trauma’s achtergelaten. Tot op de dag van vandaag zijn familie banden ontwricht. Langzaam is de economische situatie zich aan het verbeteren. Helaas niet voor de meerderheid van de bevolking. De kinderen van een grote groep arme verschoppelingen worden blootgesteld aan alcohol, drugs, en prostitutie.

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Peter Klashorst, in de jaren tachtig een van de meest spraakmakende kunstenaars van zijn generatie, woont en werkt tegenwoordig in de Cambodjaanse hoofdstad Phnom Penh. Daar exposeert de 53-jarige vanaf 14 januari in de voormalige Tuol Sleng-S-21 gevangenis zijn meest recente werk. Michael Klinkhamer bezocht de kunstenaar in zijn Aziatische domicilie en sprak met hem over zijn eclectische oeuvre, zijn hang naar zelfdestructie en, hoe kan het ook anders, vrouwen, macht en de totale redeloosheid van het bestaan.

 

 

 

 

 

Half and Full Day Photo Tours And workshops

Overview

Professional Photographer Michael Klinkhamer is leading a casual photo workshop-tour in Phnom Penh. You will learn and understand how to set your camera for optimum results and discover Phnom Penh City with your own camera. This  photo workshop is designed to make you a better photographer. For all levels and beginners. For Bookings Call: +85560873847. e-mail: info@cambodiaphototours.asia
website Photographer Michael Klinkhamer: www.michaelklinkhamer.com or Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/86323500@N05/
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  • Half day from 13.30pm till 17.15pm. $55,-
  • Full day from    9.30am till 17.15pm. $110,-
  • Starts daily  from FCC Restaurant and Bar, 363 Sisowath Quay, Riverside, Phnom Penh
  • During rainy season departing time for 1/2 day tour may be different. (10am-14.00)

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 architectural  interesting slum building ‘the white building”. Meeting friendly locals and shooting the  building, like an open X-Ray maze of concrete.
  • Alternatively we can visit an even more intense locations 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.
  • Great day tour in the countryside. Experiencing the real Cambodia. Phnom Chiso, is our destination, an ancient temple complex from the 11th century. A small Angkor Wat, just around 50 km from Phnom Penh. Enjoy also some Khmer food and a little rest after a good-mid level hike upon the 130m high hill with spectacular views and hidden photographic gems waiting for your lens.

 

Extra Long Custom organized Photo Tours and Workshop Safari by Michael Klinkhamer.

Photography workshops and tours for beginners and advanced Photographers of all ages & all cameras in beautiful Cambodia. From 2 up to 14 day photo tours are available starting at $ 125,- per day for tours & workshops in and around Phnom Penh. Siem Reap, Cardamom Mountains, Ratanakiri, Kratie, etc, From $150 per day. (private tours start from $165,- per day.)

  • Enjoy your photography adventure in Cambodia in the company of an all-round experienced professional photographer and get your photography skills to the next level. Stay in personal nice selected hotels & resorts and fine boutique accommodations while traveling and working on your photography. Special assignments, nature, people, social, fine art, landscape and discover the deep cultural spirit of cambodia through your lens. Daily image reviews and critique, editing sessions with Lightroom or other image apps.
  • Learn from international publishing Professional Photographer for 25 years, Michael Klinkhamer. Now a long term resident in Phnom Penh since three years.
  • Meet Colorful friendly Khmer people and enjoy  safe  and eco-conscious tours around Cambodia.
  • Travel in a small group or book your private tour.
  • Enjoy daily personal and group pictures and portfolio reviews  about your photography in progress.

Contact Michael Klinkhamer for personal advice and custom Photo Tours & Workshops

Sample Locations:

  • Phnom Penh city and its surrounding, like Silk island and Oudong Pagoda, near Phnom Penh. (2 days)
  • Kampong Chhnang Fishing Villages.(1 day)
  • Kampong Thom rural retreat, temples and killing fields. (half way to Siem Reap) (1 day)
  • Battambang’s Colonial Architecture and natural wonders, lakes, caves. (2 days)
  • Siem Reap and the world  famous Temples of Angkor Wat. (2days)
  • Pailin countryside. Ideal for  photo hiking and relaxing and enjoying the natural wonders at the Cardamom mountains and rainforest, near the Thai border. (3 days) We stay at the amazing Memoria Palace & Resort  an eco-tourism resort located in the foothills of the Cardamom Mountains of Pailin, Cambodia. http://memoriapalace.com
  •  Shianoukville and Kampot beach day’s and hinterlands  photo tour explorations. A 4 hour drive from the capital city Phnom Penh.

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