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Angkor Photo Workshop 2011

The 7th annual Angkor photo workshop will run from November 17-23, 2011 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Aspiring young Asian photographers have till July 15, 2011 to apply. The 30 photographers accepted will have a chance to work with professional mentors to improve and further their photographic aspirations with the inspiring backdrop of Angkor Wat. I’m inspired just thinking about the opportunity.

Please review the application guidelines from the Angkor Photo Workshop website for full details.


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