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Cambodia & Laos

 

Ira & I Are Going to South East Asia!

What you’ll need:

*A digital camera (an SLR)

*Your own laptop computer. It does not matter which platform you are using - Mac or PC - but it is important that your operating system is up-to-date (OSX, Windows 8 or VISTA). Please have at least 15-20 GB of open hard drive space and at least 1 GB of RAM (2 GB recommended).

*Digital memory cards and a card reader (at least three or four cards of 2GB or more)

*Power adapters and cables for laptop and digital camera

*Batteries and charger for rechargeable batteries

*A pen-drive

*Software for editing your images

Join me and National Geographic’s Ira Block in Cambodia & Laos!

Imagine yourself in one of the world’s greatest archeological destinations, the Temples of Angkor Wat. We’ll spend 3 days exploring these mythical temples, the fast-paced energy of Siem Reap and the outrageous Cambodian Circus, Phare. Midweek, we’ll head to the UNESCO town of Luang Prabang, Laos, a perfect blend of South East style paired with French Colonialism. Travel with us down the mighty Mekong River, photograph the daily alms ceremonies with the monks and spend time with local artisans in their village.  Hands on technical classes and daily critiques will take your photography to the next level.

Dates: February 5 - 12, 2017

Price: $4455

About Us:

Ira Block:

For more than thirty years, Ira Block has been covering assignments around the world for National Geographic—in locations as diverse as Africa, the Australian outback, the Gobi Desert, Siberia, the North Pole, Greenland, and Baffin Island. The subject matter of Ira's photographs is as varied as the destinations stamped in his passport. Some of his assignments include "The Samurai Way" and "Race to Save Incan Mummies." From gold coins retrieved from Havana's sunken treasure ships to the largest discovered T-Rex dinosaur, to a lost Confederate submarine, Ira's lens continues to capture and document amazing stories from around the globe. His photos of the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy are part of the permanent collection of the National September 11 Memorial Museum.

www.irablock.com

 

Liza Politi:

Liza’s first documentary feature, “By The People” (2006) was broadcast on PBS and won a prestigious HUGO award. Currently shooting "Best Seat in the House," a documentary focusing on Rock-star drummers, Liza is also in post-production on a new full-length feature, "Suck It Up Buttercup." For the famed Culture Project, Liza produced “Impact On The Gulf”, a multimedia action-oriented human rights festival which debuted in New York City; and in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, her USO-style tour, Broadway on the Bayou received national attention and was featured on MSNBC. Liza is now working with National Geographic and their legendary photographers, producing expeditions and photography workshops all over the world.  Comfortable on both sides of the camera, she is also an award winning actor, photographer and teacher.

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A $250 deposit is required to hold your spot. A 50% down-payment is due on August 15th and the final payment is due November 1st.

For more information please contact us at:

liza@lizapoliti.com

We’re also going to Iceland and you can join us!

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Includes: All accommodations for 8 days/7 nights, all  breakfasts, 3 dinners, internal transportation, expedition tickets. Airfare to and from South East Asia is NOT included.

This workshop is limited to 16 participants.