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On a 2003 visit to Angkor Wat and the temples in the vicinity, I was awe struck by the structures, ruins, passageways, staircases .... there was a sense of something really ancient, something deeply spiritual.
It quickly became very clear on my return that the photos I'd taken with my digital camera would not be able to convey what I'd seen and experienced on my visit to the temples, Siem Reap, and a brief transit in Phnom Penh.
This book presents the digitally manipulated photographs - using the consumer version of Photoshop (Elements 2.0) - that would help me communicate better than with raw photos, the wonders I experienced in Cambodia.


About the Author

Philip Lee
philiplgs Singapore, a small island in the middle of SouthEast Asia
Philip writes on a regular basis in two blogs, GunongLaut and 4orty2wo: He loves travel and story-telling in all it's forms - comics, books, songs, movies, theatre ..... and when not indulging in the pleasures of fiddling with various personal computer operating systems and educational software, can be found working on marketing programs for a multinational IT company

Publish Date  December 30, 2008

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  40 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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