Fotoscape.com, represents 18 years of Conrad Olivier's travel, destination wedding and cultural photography from around the world and across several continents. See the cool pictures from Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Burma (Myanmar), and India are among my personal favorites for photography, culture, friends and of course, food. 2010 - I returned from Cambodia and Thailand in April. I use many different types of cool photo editing software both shareware, trial and paid versions. I have use and have used several image editing programs including: Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, ACDsee, COREL Photo Pro, DxO Optics Pro, and my favorite Photomatix.
Giving Back in a landfill in SE Asia. I'm handing out skin ointments while others that I've brought along hand out the toothpaste, toothbrushes, flip flops, and about 30 kilos of rice which was all we could fit on the bike because of the heavy mud. In subsequent visits, I've been able to bring larger amounts of rice and flip flops thanks in part to generous donations.
Down In A Hole - 250cc dirt biking through Cambodia Lately, there are fewer main roads that are unpaved which is great for the locals, but not so much for the adventure traveler.
Cool Pictures from Thailand
When I go out to shoot images in other countries, I often take with me a backup drive, lots of smaller sized Compact Flash cards, a 580ex flash, Canon 5d body, as well as a lens or two or three... I also built my own panoramic head, whether you build your own or buy one you must get the nodal point figured out and set up correctly... otherwise, even the best image editing software (both free image editing software and paid) is going to have trouble correcting the shift between your images.
Former Khmer Rouge soldier displays his prosthetic limb. He lost it in Battambang years ago by stepping on an unexploded land mine (UXO - unexploded ordinance). Several UXO's were found by the man on the left side of the photograph along with two other team members who have risked life and limb for the last 10 or 11 years searching for and disposing of UXO in Cambodia. The good nature of the Khmer people can be seen here in the smiles.