Hey there, photography enthusiasts!

I have some exciting news to share with you today, but before I dive into it, let me just say that I am terrible at taking pictures. Seriously, every time I try to capture a moment, it ends up looking like a blurry mess. So, if you’re looking for photography tips, you might want to look elsewhere. However, if you’re looking for a good laugh, then you’ve come to the right place!

Now, let’s get down to business. Remember that collaboration I mentioned a few days ago with Etienne Bossot, the talented photographer based in Hoi An? Well, hold onto your cameras because we have even more in store for you!

Not only are we hosting a photography workshop in Vietnam in 2024, but we’re also bringing Etienne to CAMBODIA next year for a whole new adventure. This time, the focus will be less on temples and more on capturing the essence of people photography. How cool is that?

Vietnamese smile

I can already picture it: Etienne, with his camera in hand, trying to capture the perfect shot of a local Cambodian villager, while I’m in the background, struggling to take a selfie without cutting off half of my face. It’s a match made in photography heaven, don’t you think?

So, if you’re “tired” of taking pictures of temples and want to explore the vibrant world of people photography, then this workshop is just for you. Not only will you get to learn from the best, but you’ll also have the chance to meet fellow photography enthusiasts who share your passion. And who knows, maybe you’ll even get a chance to witness me tripping over my own feet while attempting to take a group photo. Trust me, it’s a sight to behold!

Funny faces Red Zao in Vietnam

So, mark your calendars and get ready for a photography adventure like no other. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, this workshop is guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face and some incredible shots in your camera roll.

If you’re interested (and let’s be honest, how could you not be?), be sure to stay tuned for more details. Until then, keep snapping those pictures, and remember, it’s all about capturing the perfect moment, even if that moment involves me falling flat on my face.

Stay funny, stay fabulous, and keep those shutters clicking!