Cambodia, part 3: Plastic-bag country

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We observed many handcrafts in Cambodia: producing and coloring silk then weaving scarves, carving Buddhas out of marble, making traditional pottery “freehand” and on a wheel, making of small fire ovens, piggy banks… Continue reading

How-To: Computer Backup and Data Safety

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Last update: 30 April, 2013 This topic is relevant to all computer users, but since this is a photography-related site, let’s put this in a photographic perspective. Say you were on a photo… Continue reading

Cambodia, part 2: Floating recommended

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Early in the morning of the third day we started our round-trip around the Tonlé Sap lake. In Cambodia you’ve got pretty much a single choice when you want to cover larger distances… Continue reading

Cambodia, part 1: Angkor what?!

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The mysterious and famous Angkor Wat temples were the main reason to choose Cambodia as our next travel destination. Being the largest religious monument in the world and a World Heritage Site, you hear so… Continue reading

How-To: Memory Cards and Image Safety

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Last update: 16 April, 2013 While some hobby photographers shoot mainly in their neighborhood and take only few images a day, others pay thousands of dollars to travel to exotic locations, shoot thousands… Continue reading

Establishing our Brand

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The whole “Photographically Curious” thing started rather innocuously: Katja and I needed a name for our Facebook page. But as soon as we agreed on that name, we felt that it very accurately… Continue reading

Cambodia: what’s in the Camera Bag?

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Our trip to Cambodia is coming up soon, so it’s time to think about what to take along. On recent trips (Turkey, Namibia, India) I carried the large LowePro Micro Trekker 200 (1,… Continue reading

Why did photogether fail?

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If you want to earn money by teaching photography or leading photo tours, read this post. I did it and have some insights for you, for free. Short History In Sept 2010 a… Continue reading

Namibia 2012 Portfolio

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I’ve just created a portfolio with images from my 2012 Tour in Namibia. Click on the image below to see the gallery. This was a three-week trip with five friends. We’d rented two jeeps… Continue reading

Proudly Presenting…

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It might seem like a major overkill at first, but we did it anyway: we designed a logo for Photographically Curious. We’ll be using it as an identity plate in Lightroom, as a watermark… Continue reading

Venice in December

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Venice is a very special place. It’s not very big, so you can get a feel for it in about 3-4 days. Be prepared to walk a lot and stay away from the… Continue reading

Sunrise: a new Blog is Born

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It’s a new blog… It’s got a new name and a new address, and it’s got new authors. You may know Bojidar from some previous photographic venues (noart, photogether, the Pentax K-Mount page),… Continue reading