We provide commercial photography services in Bangkok, Thailand and around. We produce product photography work for online catalogue, or higher resolution for publishing. Photo shoot can be studio based or on your location, in your office or factory.
Our main Service: Commercial Photography especially Hotel, Resort, Building and Products.
And more services.
|iPad - iPhone5 Case||Baan Golden Resort|
|Cabaret Show||Catholic Church Wedding|
|Credit Card Case||Genuine Leather Bracelet|
|Shoes Product Protography||Signalling and Telecommunications|
|KR Golf Studio||Muay Thai - Kick Boxing|
|Alea Karin Portrait||The Offitel - Sukhumvit Road|
|The MobiKase||Thailand Chiropractic (C-care Clinic)|
|Toyota Prius||The bora bora - Bed and Dream Bungalow|
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There are so many great getaways just outside of Sydney. Weekend getaways are also relatively easy to plan, as you only need to book the accommodation and your all set to drive off into the sunset. So when it’s time to get away and you don’t want to spend half the time driving you may want to consider some of these destinations we’ve listed below:
- The Blue Mountains-The Blue mountains is just a 90 minute drive from Sydney and perfect for all different types of holidays. There is nothing quite as romantic as sitting by a log fire in Winter in a cabin located in the rugged Aussie bush. For family holidays, the Blue Mountains offers loads of activities such as bush walks, cave explorations, visiting the three sisters plus loads of other things to see and enjoy.
The Blue Mountains are one of Sydney’s greatest treasures. These mountains, once a barrier to colonial settlement and exploration, were once a symbol of a tough alien land. The Blue Mountains are now an Australian icon, and a favourite place for people to see the real Australian bush. If you want a truly exciting, unforgettable experience, try a Blue Mountains tour.
History of the Blue Mountains
When settlers first arrived in New South Wales they entered an almost entirely unknown environment. The Australian bush seemed a strange and hostile place, and the Blue Mountains frustrated inland exploration for years. As Sydney expanded, it also encountered the mountains as a barrier, but Australian culture had learned to love the bush, and the Blue Mountains were seen in a different light. Read more…