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Most recently based out of Seattle, Washington, but currently traveling and looking for a new base somewhere in South East Asia.
For small groups ranging from 1 to 5 expedition/workshop participants.
We provide personal photo tour services and on location workshops in South East Asia. You let us know what you are looking to do and we will set up the trip for you. We are now based out of Siem Reap, Cambodia and can provide South East Asia photo tours and workshops led by photographer George Mann.
If you wish to visit the Angkor Temples we would like to suggest scheduling a four day (or longer) stay in Siem Reap. The Angkor area is much larger and the temples more spread out than it appears when looking at the maps, ideally you want to spend at least three days exploring and photographing the temples located in the Angkor Archaeological Park.
Just a little over ten years ago I joined a small group of Thai journalists on a tour of the Nikon Factory, just outside of Bangkok, Thailand. Little did Nikon realize that this story would get international coverage on the internet and give a rare glimpse of their manufacturing process to Nikon fans around the world.
A Tour of the Nikon Thailand Factory Story and Photography by George Mann- www.georgemannphoto.com The Nikon D70 Digital SLR camera is manufactured in Thailand and promising to become the camera of the year worldwide for 2004.
OK it is about time that Nikon provide me with a camera I can use on Songkran (the annual water festival in Thailand). Actually it used to be a water festival, now it is actually sort of a water war, so a waterproof and tough camera is appreciated. Some of you are probably thinking, what is he on about? Nikon has waterproof cameras. Yes they do but they don’t have interchangeable lenses and most important for me they do not shoot RAW.
Nikon being just as good at the slow teasing reveal of features as Apple Computers, is of course not going to give us a full on waterproof professional camera just yet, but it will definitely be good enough for the next Songkran.