Adventure Travel Photography: Behind the Scene from the GD PhotoWorkshop Laos-Cambodia-Myanmar
Click on Johnny above or the LINKS but please NOTE since we done some major updates on my Blog and the GD Photo Workshop site you might have to REFRESH your Browser in order for you to see the latest images.
The Photos from Behind the Scenes are now uploaded and ready for viewing…the action, the fun from all these super nice participants in the field covering Laos-Cambodia and Myanmar.
Uploaded also some of the Testimonials from our last Journey.
Their work (The Students Work) will also be up in about a week and I keep you posted when this is done, but from what I have seen already there are some very nice images amongst them…in short, everybody did real well.
But now enjoy the fun part "Behind The Scene"… and as mention above, it all started with Johnny Depp on my way to Bangkok with Arj and David entertaining myself with the iPhone and my little Leica on the way.
The photos Behind the Scene are not in any particular order, taken by my self, Arj and by some of the participants using what ever camera was handy at the time, from iPhones, point and shoot and DSLR's.
You might take also note that we have moved the “Behind the Scene” and “The Students Work” now to the GD Photo Workshop pages and removed it from my Blog.
Everything is under one roof now and we can leave the previous workshop pages active, which would not have been possible on my Blog.
Thanks again to all the participants who joined my last Journey Through Color &Time. They came from Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, USA, Philippines, Spain, Germany and Australia.
Ladies first…Christina and Vi. The Boys: Bob, Tony, David, Bebet, Mojan, Rod, Loy and Richard and Arj my trusted assistant. (Thanks for your tireless help in Laos and Cambodia unfortunately you could not make it with us to Myanmar)
We did a lot of very cool photography…but more so had a lot of fun and that is what Photography should be.
As a reminder we have finalized also our next Workshops for Sri Lanka – Central India and Bhutan and have only few more spots available.
We have scheduled also an additional Very Special Workshop for Myanmar for the end of June 2012; full details will be announced shortly.
Until very soon, GD