Bangkok through the NX30 lens
Bangkok is such a vibrant city. This is my second time going back to the Thai capital and the city never fails to amaze me with its culture and energy. Although many people are afraid of the protests and the threats happening, it’s actually perfectly fine to walk around. Bangkok is a super tourist-friendly place after all!
During my recent trip I visited the two big markets, Talad Rod Fai and Chatuchak, which are very overwhelming in terms of their scale. Walking into both markets you feel like they just swallow you into a shopping madness.
Bangkok is also one of those cities that photographers like to capture, especially the older streets, the traffic, the roads and the buildings.
I brought along my Samsung NX30 for this trip to shoot pictures on the go. For traveling blog posts, the photos are more realistic if they are captured in a documentary style. The quality of the pictures turned out amazing without much knowledge about photography or effort in trying to get a good shot.
You can try to win the latest models from Samsung via their Dream Exchange campaign (read more about it here in my previous blog post), which will be closing very soon on 8th August.
If you are a fan of semi-DSLRs, the NX30 is perfect for traveling. In my case, the camera helped me achieve my dreams of sharing traveling photos with my readers – especially because it is also Wifi-enabled, which means I can share it instantly on my social platforms.
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To submit your dream, simply visit www.dreamexchange.com. You can also check out your competition too. Remember to use the #DreamExchange hashtag and all the best!