Angkor Photo Workshop 2009

The Free Angkor Photo Workshops 2009 edition is calling for candidates. The free workshop is open to Asian photographers aged not over 28 (born after October 1980). Potential participants must be working either as freelance or staff photographer, or be studying in courses including photography.

The photographers must submit their application along the guidelines provides (see below); the workshop is conducted in the English language, and students must bring a DSLR camera and a laptop. They must have sufficient knowledge of an editing program (such as i-View media pro, Bridge or Aperture) and a basic understanding of Photoshop.

We will select a group of about 24 participants and provide at least 4 tutors chosen among internationally recognized photographers. The participants will be provided with accommodation
and a substantial per diem for the duration of the workshop. Travel expenses to and from Siem Reap will not be paid. We advise potential participants to look for their own sponsors for that part.

During the workshop lasting one week, the photographers are allowed to work on a story of their choice, but will need to submit it to the organizing team research which reserves the right to refuse a subject, and will need to research it before getting to the workshop.

Deadline: August 2009

Workshop dates:
November 22 to November 28, 2009.

Workshop 2009 organizers/facilitators:
Roland Neveu (based in Bangkok)
Patrick de Noirmont (Paris & Bangkok)
Olivier Nilsson (Bangkok)

Tutors (partial list):
Antoine d’Agata (Magnum Paris)
Patrick de Noirmont (AP Paris & OnAsia Bangkok)
Olivier Nilsson (Picture editor OnAsia Bangkok)
Philip Blenkinsop, Nic Dunlop,
Tim Page, John McDermott and many more.

Download Application here.

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