International Photographic Workshop – Cambodia 2017

The Fox Darkroom is proud to announce our annual international photographic workshop in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

  • 20 – 25 November, 2017 (fully booked)
  • 20 – 25 November, 2017 (limited places aviabilble) 

“This workshop is simply like no other, we are offering a wealth of experience to a small group of enthusiastic individuals seeking to get off the beaten track and explore a country beyond tourist attractions. Expect to travel with an open heart, open mind and go out of your way to seek authentic experiences with genuine people. This workshop is not for the faint hearted, participants can expect to step out of their comfort zone and be pushed to realise their full potential”.

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Click here to see what previous participants had to say!

Participants in 2017 can expect one-on-one guidance while working in the field, photographing some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes and dynamic cultures.

The course consists of personalised assignment-based learning, group assignments and in-depth conversations designed to provide you with a deeper understanding of your photography practice and ambitions.

Our aim is for you to return with a greater sense of direction and with clear and decisive steps towards reaching your photographic goals.  Expect to return with a strong series of images that you are truly proud of.  Both film and/or digital media welcome.

Our Cambodian partners are a big part of what makes our workshops unique. Our guides are there to keep you safe, act as translators, provide local knowledge and access to communities and situations that would otherwise be closed to travellers.

Our workshops are designed for adventurers. Expect to find yourself off-road and often on the back of a motorbike, boat and even the odd tractor. At least one evening is spent sleeping in hammocks in a remote village in the Cambodian countryside. After a long day of roughing it on the road, it’s nice to come back to the comfort of our base accommodation where you can expect air-conditioning, wifi, comfortable beds and even a pool where much of our debriefing takes place.

Cost: $2,500 AUD. Includes all workshop sessions, accommodation, internal transport and breakfasts. A non-refundable deposit of $650 AUD secures a place on the workshop; the remainder is payable no less than two months before the workshop starting date.

Please Note:  All participants are required to provide proof of medical/travel insurance.

It’s going to be awesome – we hope to hear from you soon!

Application: To receive further information and express interest, please contact us.

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