Behind the scenes from Phnom Penh Workshop

We have just finished our Phnom Penh workshop (4 days) with our team and as Romina heads back to Hong Kong this evening, the remainder of the team will be joined tomorrow by 2 new members and we will all head south for the next workshop together. I will post a video slideshow of the entire teams final images in the coming few days, but in the meantime we would like to share some behind the scenes images of everyone at work and having a great time here in Cambodia.

Steve, Andrew, Monica, Winnie, Lydia, Romina and GarySteve hanging out with some Monks getting to know them before asking for photographs3 of the team in the shade at the Muslim villageGary does a bit of lighting training with some willing modelsThe team learning how to use off camera lightingRomina exploring the alleyways looking for the best lightEarly morning shoots every day before 6amLydia gets some new fanclub members at the monasteryAndrew modelling the Cambodia scarf on the Mekong riverRomina makes new friends at the beachRomina with the Mother Superior at the rural monasteryWinnie and Mother Superior having a memento shot by AndrewThe team receiving a blessing on arrival at the monastery after we gifted some riceLydia and a lovely elderly lady at Silk IslandWinnie practicing her off camera lighting techniquesMonica all excited on route to the next location in the tuk tukThe kids love to play around when we are shootingMonica with her models at the monasteryLydia, Winnie, Mother Superior and Romina at the rural monasteryMonica shows the kids how cool they look on cameraGary couldn't resist getting the helicopter and gopro3 out for a flight when time allowedLydia gets a washdown after the first shoot in the mudWinnie relaxes with the kids at the first village across the riverWinnie and her fans at the beachSteve helps Lydia with some Lightroom processingAndrew impresses the kids with his Leica M9Giving back prints is a great experience for the teamThe locals love to receive their prints after we shootThe team with some local kids at the Muslim village

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