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Angkor Photo Workshop: How to prepare your portfolio

Angkor Photo Workshop: How to prepare your portfolio

Putting together a strong portfolio can seem like a daunting task, especially for the uninitiated. While the portfolio is not the only criteria for getting selected for the workshop, a well-thought-out set of photographs together with a strong personal statement will...

Top 5 Reasons to Apply for the Angkor Photo Workshops

Top 5 Reasons to Apply for the Angkor Photo Workshops

The core event of the Angkor Photo Festival and Workshops, the annual workshop is for emerging Asian photographers who want to develop their craft and push beyond their current practices. Since 2004, our brilliant team of tutors has guided and nurtured over 400...

News & Happenings

2016: A Peek at the Numbers

It's a wrap! It's been almost two weeks since we closed this year's call for festival submissions and workshop applications, and we are hard at work looking at each and every entry. The results for both the festival programme and workshop participants will be...

Travel and Project Grants for Workshop Participants

EDIT NOTE: This post has been edited to include the new grants now available for Malaysian and Filipino participants. We are pleased to announce the launch of the Angkor Travel Grant to provide financial assistance to participants of the 12th Angkor Photo Workshops...

2016 Call for Submissions

We are pleased to officially launch our 2016 Call for Submissions! We are looking for photographers from all over the world to submit work for the Festival Programme of our 12th Edition, to be held this year from 3rd - 10th December 2016 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Our...

Bring Us Home

Bring the festival and all its good feelings back home with you. We have a bunch of goodies for sale - comfy cotton t-shirts, the ever-popular festival bag, and our brand new stickers featuring photos by the kids of Anjali House. Our merchandise is locally...

Photography Nurtures Creative Kids

Photography is a great learning tool. Photographs allow children to see things that they might not be able to experience in person, and to learn about the world at large. And when children are given the opportunity to use the camera and take pictures of things that...