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    CLICK HERE for info and sign up: Eyes on Asia Chiang Mai 2012s

    Join us for five exciting days of travel and photography in Thailand’s north. This colourful region will be our life-size studio and playground.
    We will visit an elephant camp, explore the city of Chiang Mai, have an intimate look at muay thai and get blown away by the spectacular Yi Peng festival.
    Recipient of the “Image of the Year Award”, (AMERICAN PHOTO) and a winner at the “Travel Photographer of The Year Awards” 2008,
    Felix Hug and his producer Jamie Boyd put together five days of travel and photography in and around Chiang Mai.

    This Getaway is tailored for passionate travellers using any digital camera and who would like to improve their photography, while out and about.
    Please bring your camera (8MP and above preferred) and your laptop (if you have one).

    Tentative Programme:
    Day 1: Arrival on SilkAir 8.50 AM flight check in and lunch. Afternoon shoot at a Thai boxing gym.
    Day 2: Morning shoot at an elephant camp and in the afternoon we visit a tribal village.
    Day 3: Temples of Chiang Mai. Afternoon free and easy to explore the town. Critique and Image review from our tutors. Felix and James
    Day 4: Morning at the market. Afternoon and evening we will visit the amazing Yi Peng lantern festival.
    Day 5: Morning visit of umbrella making and handicrafts. Early afternoon projections of the best images. Departure on 6 PM flight.

    2130 SGD per pax (Twin Share, Couples) or 2530 SGD per pax (Single)
    includes (limited to 14 photographers and min 8 participants):

    * return flights from Singapore to Chiang Mai with Silk Air
    (For travelers joining us directly in Chiang Mai: Please deduct 500 SGD)
    * Transport on location by minivan and car
    * Bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Chiang Mai @ U-Chiang Mai; U Hotels & Resorts | Deluxe hotels and resorts in Thailand, India, Vietnam, Indonesia
    * Receive a free copy of a high-quality photography book featuring the best images taken during the Getaway
    * All fees for speakers and instructors
    * The course language is english, but we also speak German & Mandarin

    Note: Travel insurance is not included and must be arranged by participants separately.

    Reserve your spot for an unforgettable trip. Deadline for participation: 31th of August ‘12.
    For reservations and more information on the program click here:

    Eyes on Asia Chiang Mai 2012s


    or contact e: jamieboyd@eyesonasia.net t: +65 917 35 271


    or go to our fanpages: Eyes On Asia | Facebook



    About Eyes on Asia

    Eyes On Asia was founded by Felix Hug (Photographer) and Jamie Boyd (Production). They focus on the world of Travel Imagery and work for clients in the travel and tourism industry, as well as having their own travel photography "Getaway" program.

    Mission
    To enrich our world with inspiring travel images and bring the world of travel & photography closer to like minded people.

    Company Overview
    Eyes On Asia is focusing on the world of travel imagery. The company was founded by Felix Hug in 2007 in Singapore. Together with his Producer, Jamie Boyd they make the team of Eyes On Asia Pte Ltd. She brings in years of production & modeling.

    Felix and Jamie believe that positive images have the power to change the way we look at things.

    Felix is shooting for big companies in the travel industry, such as Lonely Planet, Silk Air (Singapore Airlines), Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts and Universal Resorts.

    Felix won First Prize awards at the following international photography contests:
    AMERICAN PHOTO: Image of the Year
    Travel Photographer of the Year: Best Image
    PDN Go Indie: Travel Image of The Year
    New York Photography Awards: Editorial Image of The Year
    Asian Geographic: Grand Prize Winner


    In 2008 we started to run our own travel photography workshop programme, which we are consistently expanding. This Pages are for all who love travel & photography and like to be updated about our latest activities.
    Description
    Award Winning Travel & Destination photography team.

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    Default Re: Eyes on Asia Travel Photography Getaway Chiang Mai 2012 - 21th -25th November

    How do you plan for the yi peng festival when the date has yet to be announced?...

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    Default Re: Eyes on Asia Travel Photography Getaway Chiang Mai 2012 - 21th -25th November

    We are in direct contact with the organizers. These are the dates that are given to us.
    We will definitely double check, but its every year the same.

    People like yourself question our dates, because they cant find them on the internet.

    We are doing this the 6th year now. We know the organizers personally and know all the places we go to and the people who are running the places in all locations we shoot.

    Our trips are not researched on the internet and then put together. We have done all the groundwork, have the insider knowledge: Stayed at the hotels, ate at the restaurants, hung out at the boxing camps.
    As i said, we will double check, something we also do every year closer to the dates.. ;-), but so far the dates give to us were always correct.

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    Default Re: Eyes on Asia Travel Photography Getaway Chiang Mai 2012 - 21th -25th November

    Quote Originally Posted by no30dy View Post
    How do you plan for the yi peng festival when the date has yet to be announced?...
    We are in direct contact with the organizers. These are the dates that are given to us.
    We will definitely double check, but its every year the same.

    People like yourself question our dates, because they cant find them on the internet.

    We are doing this the 6th year now. We know the organizers personally and know all the places we go to and the people who are running the places in all locations we shoot.

    Our trips are not researched on the internet and then put together. We have done all the groundwork, have the insider knowledge: Stayed at the hotels, ate at the restaurants, hung out at the boxing camps.
    As i said, we will double check, something we also do every year closer to the dates.. ;-), but so far the dates give to us were always correct.

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