FAQ

We run the workshops with a maximum of 4 people so everyone receives enough personal attention and we can teach you at whatever level you are at.

A DSLR or good quality compact camera that allows manual control is recommended. But bring the camera you have - our workshops are more about photography than cameras!

Yes! Unfortunately, we are not able to provide you with equipment.

We teach at whatever level you are at. We have a maximum of 4 people per workshop and with two of us teaching, we are able to teach and inspire you at your individual level.

We have carefully chosen restaurants that serve authentic Thai food ... and also offer dishes which are not spicy.

Yes. Transport is in our private car with airconditioning.

Northern Thailand has three season - cool/dry (November - February,) hot/dry (March - May) and rainy (May - October). Occasionally it rains between November and May, but not often. During the rainy season, there may be heavy afternoon rain in Chiang Mai, but not every day. In the mountain areas, the rains are more unpredictable.

When the rain comes it typically lasts less than an hour. In a situation we are caught in the rain we will make alternative plans or maybe just wait it out. The great thing about the rain is that once it stops everything is wet and clean and the light can be absolutely exquisite!

Kevin teaches the workshops in English (with a New Zealand accent :) ) Pansa also teaches in English.

No, we have a policy not to return calls to international numbers due to the unpredictability of charges. We frequently check our email so this is the best way to communicate with us.

Please inquire with us about this. If we have room on a workshop non-photographers are welcome at a discounted price)

No. Chiang Mai Photo Workshops does not provide insurance, this is the responsibility of the workshop participants. We will require each participant to sign a standard liability release form.