Cambodia behind the scenes (VIDEO)

This is just a short look behind the scenes on some of our shots from last trip to Cambodia. I apologise in advance for the quality of the editing, we didn't film anywhere near enough clips, as video coverage was not part of the plan for this trip, so these are just thrown together clips from iphones and DSLRs along with a few of the images so people can see the natural light when a shot was taken using lights to show the effects, etc.  Next time we go we will be shooting street photography with a view to filming much more with a dedicated cameraman.

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Infrared Siem Reap - Cambodia

So another trip to Cambodia is well underway, including a short visit back to Siem Reap and the famous temples. I have been using the Leica M8 for some personal work over the last few months and not really had a chance to test it to its full potential yet, so thought I would bring it along to Cambodia and try it out with some infrared shots, as this is one of the few digital cameras that can shoot direct infrared without needing to be modified, just pop an IR filter on the front of any lens and its ready to shoot immediately, so two cameras in one effectively, which softens the blow when factoring in the cost of the thing!

Anyway here are a few images taken around the temples of Angkor Wat and the famous Ta Prohm (Tomb Raider) temple one morning earlier in the week, all shot with the Leica M8 and Voigtlander Heliar 15mm F4.5 II lens using an R72 infrared filter.