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Chris Cusick Photography

Photo Credit: Chris Cusick Photography

By Courtney Ridgel

We are very excited to send our guests to our photographer partner, Chris Cusick, who is based out of Siem Reap, Cambodia.  Chris has been living and working in Cambodia since 2014, and when he isn’t working with guests, he is scouting out new locations and expanding his expert knowledge of the area.

The Angkor Temples are so intriguing and beautiful that around 2.1 million people visit them each year.   As many travelers discover, sometimes a series of selfies don’t do justice to the real thing.  If you’d like better mementos, we recommend adding Chris’s photo shoot services to your tour.  As your guide shows you through the temples, explaining their history, Chris will tag along and quietly take some incredible shots of you surrounded by ancient and spectacular monuments and carvings.  We especially recommend these photos for families and couples, to preserve your memories of your time in this incredible place.

For our guests who love to spend time behind the camera instead, a full day or half day with Chris can be the perfect addition to your tour.  Chris specializes in travel photography, photography workshops and showing guests the best angles and shots in the temples of Angkor.  He has worked with photographers of all skill levels, so he can easily adjust to your needs – whether you want to learn your way around the camera, you want a workshop to improve your technique, or if you simply want someone to point out those unique shots and views to capture the essence of Cambodia and Angkor.

Photo Credit: Chris Cusick Photography

We are so excited to be working with Chris and we love his work!  If either option listed above interests you, be sure to mention it to your tour consultant.  In addition to his website, you can find more of Chris’s travel photography work on Instagram at chriscusickphoto, or on his Facebook page.

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