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Summer holidays are coming soon. For those who are going to fly back to south of France, the schedule and guests of Les rencontres photographiques d’Arles is now known. Find out here which photographers’ masterpieces you are going to discover or rediscover !
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Songkran Festival is coming. A new chance for amazing shots ! Have fun & enjoy your holidays !!! See you after Songkran for more workshops & trainings. Check schedule updates here or on Facebook
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Discover wall paintings made by Street Art celebrities in the frame of the Buruk Festival and explore Chinatown, Talat Noi and Bangrak districts. Meeting point : 9 am at Saphan Taksin BTS, exit 1. This walk ends at 12pm nearby Chong Nonso BTS. Price : 400 Thb/pers
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Light’s festivals’ seson are starting this week all around Thailand ! Have a look here for more pictures ! Meet us at Lumpini park for a night photography session for Loy Kratong on Wednesday 25th november !
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This day has been crazy with heat and noise but it was really worth it !!!!!! We had great fun with the group : Douglas, Florinda, Graham, Emilie, Zeno and myself. Find out more pictures from all photographers here !
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Let’s go to Chonburi’s to attend amazing Buffalo races on the last day of the Festival. Arriving early, we’ll see the competitors preparing their buffaloes for the race. As well as the racing there will be buffalo beauty contests, parades and sporting events such as climbing the greasy pole, concerts, food & handcraft markets,… Chonburi’s Festival is an opportunity for amazing shots ! Meeting at 6.15am, departure at 6.30am (we will not waitafter 6.35am) Arrival in Bangkok : 5pm
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Went to the opening ceremony of “Rediscovering Thai Masters of Photography”  at Bangkok University Gallery on Saturday. A great occasion to discover masterpieces of thai photography collected by Manit Sriwanichpoon, photographer known for his Pink series and his gallery “Kathmandou” (Pan Road) . This project called “Seeking forgotten thai photographers” began in 2010 as he was looking for thai photography as a support to teach students.   I have specially enjoyed the series of Rong Wong-Savun (1932-2009) about Memorial Bridge and Din Daeng dump site. The exhibition in going on until October 3rd. If you like W&B photography, don’t miss it ! More information and location here.
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A chance to see the works of Thai photographers ! One of the main exhibitions at Bangkok Photography Festival 2015 Rediscovering Forgotten Thai Master of Photography. This current exhibition contains the work of seven Thai masters of photography: Buddhadasa Bhikku (1906-1993), Mom Luang Toy Xoomsai (1906-1961), Liang Ewe (1911-1992), Saengjun Limlohakul (1924-1997), S.H. Lim (1930-present), Rong Wong-savun (1932-2009) and Pornsak Sakdaenprai (1938-present). From September 19 until October 31, 2015. Location : Bangkok University Gallery (BUG), 2-4/F, BU International College Building (Bld.7), 119 Rama 4 Rd., 02-350-3626. Open Tue-Sat 10am-7pm.
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