This is a full resolution (about 4K) of Lower Manhattan.
This shot was taken during the third day of Independence Day in 2012 (the day they put out the fire at the Independent Monument), from a then-being built highway around Beoung Kok Lake, over looking the railway station and Canadia Tower.
The Guy, Deouk Vannarith, was staring at the million stars and shooting stars, missing his significant someone. After exposing him for 30sec at f/4.0 ISO 1250, I used my phone LED light flashing at him for about 3sec to get the right exposure on him (speedlite was too strong even at 1/128).
###ពីជ្រុងមួយទៅកាន់វិមានឯករាជ្យ### មិត្តគ្រប់គ្នាពិតជាស្គាល់ នឹងបានឃើញរូបសំណាកនេះជាច្រើនដង នៅច្រើនកន្លែង និងពីច្រើនជ្រុងផងដែរ។ ប៉ុន្តែពេលនេះ ខ្ញុំសូមបង្ហាញពីជ្រុងមួយផ្សេងទៀត ដែលមិត្តអាចមិនសូវជាបានពើបប្រទះ។ សង្ឃឹមថាអ្នកទាំងអស់គ្នា ស្រឡាញ់ និងគាំទ្របតិកភ័ណ្ឌជាតិយើង ។ សូមកុំរុញរានឹងចែករំលែករូបភាពនេះ។ ហ្ក្រីន -n-
Jade Color Lake and Youlong Xue Shan (Jade Dragon Snow Mountain)
Russian Market or Psar Tuol Tum Pong in Panoaramic View. I had to go to one of the tallest house there twice to get the permission to shoot this picture as there were very few houses that tall to get this much of perspective.
Heilongtan Park, a great place about 20min walk away from Square Street or ancient town, is a mix of natural beauty and historical spot.
Taken at a Dam in Melbourne
The Neck on Bruny Island of Tasmania, Australia
Shooting Boeung Romlech from North to South, with Phnom Somleang, up which I climbed to the top to take an aerial shot of the same lake, in the background.
I love this shot as the field of view was compressed (using a tele photo lens) and bring the distant mountain closer to the guy rowing the boat made from palm tree, very popular and cheap/easy way to make water transports in Cambodia.
At Chi Phat
The Splendid Yet Unexploited Crystal Still Clear Water during a Dry Season at Chi Phat
This shot was taken at around 12 o'clock mid night and it's pretty dark everywhere except for the full moon. I set the Aperture to F/4.0 for 30seconds with ISO800 but I painted some parts (around the boat) of the image with my flash while leaving the shutter opened. Eventually, my Camera and I made that dark night into a pretty well lit day looking night, which could not have been possible with naked eyes. Smile, Green -n-
The black circular can be seen as I was using two thick filters on an ultra wide angle lens on a full frame camera. I could have cropped it out but I like to keep it this way.
This shot was taken after a brief rain at Angkor, leaving some waterflow off Angkor Temple. I call this Waterfall at Angkor. I was made using HDR (three shots) with minor post processing. Comments are warmly welcome for further improvement. Green -n-
Shot at the highest point of a waterfall at Bokor Mountain during a dry season where no water was flowing, which is a complete difference in rainy season (picture to come before end of 2012)
Water Rapids along Tuckerman Ravine Trail, Mount Washington, White mountains, New Hampshire, USA.