Photowalk with Jon Low
Fine Art Print, YouTuber, Youtube video, Influencer, Photographer, Photographer education, Photography, Youtube Photographer
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My name is Jon. We are photowalking. Join me, together with some light minded photographers like yourself in exploring the temple ruins of Angkor Wat.

We are staying at Raffles d’Angkor, Siem Reap’s finest hotel. Set across from the Royal Palace, is one of the great hotels of the legendary Grand Tour of Indochina.


Since the early 1930s, a visit to the ancient temples of Angkor has been synonymous with a stay at Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor. Located in the heart of Siem Reap, a mere 8 kilometres away from the majestic Angkor Wat, this leading Siem Reap luxury hotel offers convenient access to some of the most intriguing ruins of the temple complex.

No camera? No Problem! This trip is targeted from serious hobbiest to just casual photographers whom who are looking for an adventure. Jon will be leading the guided photowalk, and will be assisting your photography along the way.


Samsung has graciously extend us their flagship camera for the trip. The Samsung NX1. Bring your own memory card, and shot til you drop. Experience why the mirrorless is the now!


We also welcome you to bring along your own camera if you like.

We believe in getting results from the photowalk. At the end of the trip, Jon will be conducting The Inspire Workshop.


Our goal is to build a beautiful crafted photobook for each particpant. We will dive into the methodology of making a photobook, and by the end of the workshop, you will be able to craft one for your own. We will learn from managing our newly collection of photos, post editing the photographs and preparing them to print with Adobe Lightroom. Lets make a nice photobook!

The Amazing Bayon Temple Ruins

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