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This is a practical, hands-on workshop in Bangkok's markets so please wear comfortable, light clothing and footwear suitable for wet market streets.
Don't forget to bring your camera! Along with fully-charged and spare camera batteries and formatted memory cards.
What you need to bring
Camera! wide-angle lens or fixed focal-length lens, charged and spare batteries, formatted memory card, local currency for refreshments, notebook and pen, sunscreen, hat, long-sleeve shirt or blouse, shoes suitable for walking through markets (sometimes wet underfoot), umbrella in rainy season.
- English (Fluent)
I'm a professional travel photographer, living and working in Bangkok. I work on assignment for international magazines and newspapers and my images have appeared widely around the world in publications such as National Geographic Traveler, Geo, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair etc.
I create stock images for Lonely Planet and Getty Images and founded the popular Bangkok Photo School, where I still teach students of all levels.
I have been leading private photo workshops in Bangkok for several years and enjoy introducing visiting photographers to parts of the city which are off the beaten path. We visit some of the most photogenic parts of Bangkok and practice the skills of street and travel photography. Workshops concentrate on both the technical aspects of photography and the photographic process.
Many dozens of photographers have accompanied me on photo workshops in Bangkok and further afield and I would look forward to introducing you to some of my favourite part of this lively and colourful city.
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I cannot recommend the experience highly enough. Gavin is delightful company; incredibly experienced and your photography can only improve when you spend time with him.
It was easily the best workshop I have ever done and it was one of the most enjoyable days out taking photos that I’ve ever had.
Jack was a very patient and great mentor because he put himself at my level of knowledge and skills. He shared valuable tips on how I can improve my skills in this particular interest not only in technical terms, but also the art perspective.
Thank you so much, Jack.
I would definitely recommend this to my friends.
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