There are 1,001 ways to highlight social issues and to aspire positive social impacts. These include social campaigns, films, paintings and various other artistic ways. However, one simple yet powerful way that would likely leave a bigger imprint on people’s minds is photographs.
The late Michael Vickery’s priceless collection of photographs of a long-forgotten Cambodia era are on display at the Bophana Center. As Colin Grafton writes, the photos of the renowned historian in the exhibition present a fascinating slideshow of faces and expressions.
Preah Sisowath Quay and the narrow streets near it are a home to dozens of bars and restaurants that cater to both locals and foreigners who want to end the day on a good note.
Ever wanted to give your smartphone photographs that little extra oomph? olloclip, a mobile accessories company (and yes, the lowercase ‘o’ is intentional), has launched a set of mountable iPhone X-compatible camera lenses.