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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by ajake, Dec 15, 2012.
Which camera / cameras did you use?
Usually i always use Canon 5DMkII for photo and VDO but this trip i don't want to bring my big DSLR so i brought the small one Canon EOS-M with two lens that can fit in my tank bag. This small camera mirror less is good in term of pictures quality but battery died so fast so i bring 6 battery pack and that more than enough for 1 day shooting before recharging them at the hotel in the night.
You shot those pics with a compact camera!? Wow! Thumbs up!
I´m far away from being an expert, but I acknowledge a good shot!
Unfortunately they are so good, I don´t know what of it is good quality shots and what of it is great motives/perspectives.
You know best: is Myanmar in regards of landscape and motives for photo-shots MUCH better than e.g. Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, etc.?
We have been following Heike & Filippo on their adventure. Great to hear your perspective and see your pictures. What an amazing first. Super cool because there are not many of these opportunities left in the world. As mentioned already we are hoping that the country will have opened enough to allow passage from Nepal to Thailand by the time we arrive there on our RTW. Bit of a pipe dream at this point, but you never know.
Thanks for the great pics. We look forward to more.
For me Myanmar is full of unexpected thing peoples, landscape and everything, so far i think Myanmar is no.1 for me and then Cambodia just around Angkor Wat and then Laos. Thailand is definitely great place for photo but because it's my hometown may be i just get used to everything around.
Great pics ajake. Waiting to see the rest.
nice photo shoots, it's amazing