Photography Thailand By Digital Distinct

Photography Thailand By Digital Distinct

The field of photography is very vast and ever-evolving in nature, what is considered as the most popular photography trend today may not be as attractive and appealing a few years down the line. However, there are certain Photography Bangkok trends that just refuse to lose their popularity and remain in high demand regardless of the changing dynamics in the field of photography.

Let us have a look at some of the Photography Thailand trends that are considered as all time favorites by the professional photographers and clients alike.

§  Black & White

Black and white photography is not a recent trend in the world of photography, Photography Bangkok professionals and other photographers from around the globe have been using black and white as a medium to enhance and amplify their images for decades and it continues to be the medium of choice even today. Professionals consider it “classic” and it will remain so for years to come.

§  Neon Landscapes

Over the past few years, the trend of using neon landscapes in images/photos have gained a lot of popularity, thanks to the easy availability of smart and ease to use photo editing tools and software applications. Photos/images with neon landscapes are extremely popular on many social media platforms such as Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram, no wonder why this Photography Thailand trend has attracted a huge population of young photographers from all over the world.

§  Wildlife Photography

Animal photography, which may or may not deal with the wildlife, has also gained a lot of fame in the last couple of years and continues to occupy the list of most popular photography trends even today. Domesticated as well as pet animals are often used by professional and amateur photographers to convey a message or grab attention. The humanization of famous animals such as cats, dogs, horses, sheep, and many others has given a new dimension to the field of photography and the Photography Bangkok professionals are taking full advantage of this new photography trend. What’s more interesting is that such type of pictures tend to get lots of likes and shares on the various social media platforms.

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On 4 December 2014, the Royal Thai Embassy in Cairo hosted a reception to celebrate the auspicious occasion of the 87th Birthday Anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and the National Day of Thailand at Police Club, Zamalek, Cairo which was attended by over 350 guests from the Egyptian Government and private sector, diplomatic corps, and the Thai community including Thai students. H.E. Mr. Peerasak Chantavarin, Ambassador of Thailand, and H.E. Mr. Yasser Murad, Assistant Foreign Minister for Asian Countries and Pacific Ocean Islands Affairs of Egypt delivered their speeches to salute His Majesty the King. Both of them also made speeches on the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Egypt which has arrived a remarkable milestone in 2014.


On 14 February 2015, H.E. Mr. Peerasak Chantavarin, Ambassador of Thailand attended “Thai freshman orientation 2015” for new Thai students of Al Azhar University which jointly organized by the Royal Thai Embassy and the Thai Students’ Association in Cairo at Ijteemaiee Club in Nasr City, with approximately 150 new Thai students attended the event.

The participants enjoyed various programs in the event such as friendship building activities, futsal completion, shows of the new students and food selling by students’ clubs in a warm and friendly atmosphere.


On 28 February 2015, H.E. Mr. Peerasak Chantavarin, Ambassador of Thailand to Egypt, presided over the 12th Mini Soccer Cup 2015, organized by the Royal Thai Embassy in Cairo in cooperation with the Thai Students’ Association in Cairo during 28 February – 10 March 2015 at Al-shabab Club, Nasr city. The tournament brought together 45 soccer teams to compete for the championship and attracted around 600 spectators per day.

In his opening remarks, the Ambassador points out the significance of sport in enhancing harmony and unity as well as strengthening Thai community spirit.


On 8-9 August 2015, the Royal Thai Embassy, in cooperation with the Egyptian Muay Thai Association (ECA), organized “Thailand’s Cup: Muay Thai Championship” in Egypt at Ashali Stadium, Nasr City. The event was attended by over 500 participants per day. The ASEAN Ambassadors in Cairo also attended at the opening ceremony.

Over 50 Egyptian Muay Thai boxers (6 men weight classes and 1 woman weight class) competed for the Cup. The winners, who were awarded 1,000 Egyptian pounds and championship belt, are as follows

– Men, Weight not over 54 kilograms: Mr. Mahmoud Gamal

– Men, Weight not over 60 kilograms: Mr. Abdelrahman Mostafa Saad Mohamed

– Men, Weight not over 67 kilograms: Mr. Ahmed Gamal Mohamed Mabrouk

– Men, Weight not over 75 kilograms: Mr. Atia Helmy Atia Abdelhadi

– Men, Weight not over 85 kilograms: Mr. Ahmed Abdelfattah Farid Mousa Said

– Men, Weight over 85 kilograms: Mr. Karim Samir Elsayed Mohamed Hamouda

– Women, Weight not over 60 kilograms: Ms. Yasmin Ahmed Shaaban Ahmed

The Embassy aims to promote Muay Thai to be widely known and more popular in Egypt. In this connection, the Embassy is scheduled to organize another Muay Thai competition, Muay Thai Cairo’s Cup, on 28-29 August 2015 at AUFC Academy, Heliopolis, Cairo.