Photographic trip in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia or Myanmar :
Founder of Motaiba, Sebastian, and his longtime friend Roland, have created together the unique photographic journey of their kind especially for those who are fascinated by the photos. Explore this opportunity with Motaiba to promote a project with an internationally renowned photographer, whose profile remains undoubtedly add value to knowledge and field expertise.
Your photographic trip
Your training trip will be done by private car with a chauffeur and local English-speaking guide. Experience yourself our unique personalised photographic journey with our professional and experienced photographer, Ronan Neveu, in the most remote and amazing North Vietnam region.
These places are the stuff of dreams and legends and we want to take you there. We will show you an array of ancient places and exotic cultures. You’ll see minorities’ culture and we’ll be visiting traditional markets, villages, stunning landscapes, temples. We will encounter the workers in the rice paddies.
We’ll take you to places that most outsiders would never get to and introduce you to people who you might never meet. And of course, we’ll provide you with the opportunities and coaching to enhance your portfolio with stunning travel images. You’ll go home with a disproportionately abundant harvest of compelling images from these few days in exotic Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia or Myanmar.
- Meet up many hill tribe people.
- You will experience their the daily life of the local inhabitants.
- Pictures of majestic landscape and remote hill tribe villages.
- You are going to discover the truly Vietnam through this unforgettable photo trip.
Short Bio of Roland, professional photographer
Roland Neveu has been living in SE Asia for over 20 years and certainly know his way around. He was one of the few reporters who witnessed the fall of Phnom Penh to the Khmer Rouge in April 1975. And then for two decades, he covered hot spots like Afghanistan (photographed the first Soviet POW in 1981), witness the siege of Beirut and war in Lebanon, El Salvador’s bloody feud, the NPA struggle in the Philippines and the fall of Ferdinand Marcos in 1986. He also photographed early the spreads of AIDS in Uganda (1986).
In 1990, he covered the Touareg rebellion in Mali, in 91 the Kurdish refugees (Çucurça area) mainly as TV stories. From the mid 1980s, he also worked on film sets as a stills photographer with directors like Oliver Stone, Brian de Palma, Ridley Scott (Platoon, Thelma & Louise, Born on the 4th, Casualties of War, etc.). In 2001 with Matt Dillon whose film, "City of Ghosts" was shot in Cambodia.
As for publications, Neveu’s book, “Cambodia theYears of Turmoil", relates over 35 years of covering Cambodia. He published several other books on Laos and Cambodia. With probably having some of the best photo archives on Cambodia for the 70s-80s period Roland Neveu keep shooting pictures from his Bangkok base and publishing books on South East Asia with Asia Horizons Books. He is also taking some corporate photo shoots, artists’ portfolios and creative studio photography.