Photographer's Note

When deciding to go to Cambodia and see the temples, I had one predominant idea in my head.. How to cope with a subject shot countless times. Of course I also shot the classical ones, but here and there I tried to handle the light in difficult situations. This one was taken at the famous Ta Prohm temple which is mostly unrestored. There are some small corridors and rooms inside, and visitors tend to light incense sticks ans pray. These places are extremely dark, but there are some window like openings and a tripod is a must,because shooting at 1600 ISO may cause noise problems. So like most serious photographer I have encountered all day long, there are some who do not hesitate to carry sturdy tripods. The principle is simple " One good photo only is worth the effort: "

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