It’s official! I’m heading back to Cambodia to lead this year’s Canon-sponsored workshop during the 8th edition of Angkor Photo Festival. This will be my second year teaching there, and I am really excited to meet my new students. Last year was a blast, and it has been a great pleasure to watch everyone’s work evolve over the last year.
The dates are set for December 2 and 3, and we’ll be meeting again at Art Deli Cafe in downtown Siem Reap. The theme of this year’s workshop is Taking Photography to the Next Level. 9 winners of the annual Photo Marathon contest sponsored by Canon will participate in the workshop. I will begin by showing a chronological progression of my work, and then I will look at each photographer’s portfolio, identifying strengths and weakness, with the aim of orienting each individual on a path towards achieving his or her goals for the future.
So here’s wishing good luck to all the participants, and I look forward to welcoming the winners at the opening night of projections.
And just to give you a taste of what’s to come, here is a shot from last year’s workshop:
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Anne Holmes is a freelance photojournalist based in Cambodia, specializing in post-conflict, environmental and human rights issues, working largely in Africa, the Middle East and Western Asia for NGO, editorial and corporate clients.