It’s probably the most friendly festival of photography in the world. Going to Siem Reap in Cambodia during the week of the Angkor Photo Festival could mean to discover new photographers from Asia and to find new incredible friends from around the world. Now I understand well what Jean Yves Navel, the director of the festival told me about the three words that are the Angkor Photo’s values: discovery, education and sharing.
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