I am currently in Gdansk, Poland and in true fashion - catching up on my blog posts from our trip to Thailand this February! There will be 4 total blog posts from our time in Thailand, starting with our first stop of the trip, Bangkok. Dan and I flew in at 4 in the morning, got to our hotel and crashed. The next day our friends from Poland arrived, we met up with them and started our exploring - there were 7 of us travelling together. 

I took a break from my camera on the first day we were there, I had just come from photographing 4 weddings the weekends before the trip so I wanted to have a day off from taking photos. Since Thailand was a holiday, the only camera I brought with me was the Sony A7III - as it’s great for vlogging/filming and taking photos as well. The Sony 28mm f2 lens (all the photos in this blog post are taken with that lens) and the Canon 35mm f1.4 + metabones adaptor which to be completely honest only came out of my bag ONCE in the 3 weeks we were in Thailand. 

Bangkok is absolutely wild, there is so much going on absolutely ALL the time. Even though I normally stray towards nature and greenery when I travel as it makes me feel more comfortable, it was a great city to experience. Watch my video below from our time in Thailand and please subscribe to my YouTube Channel if you haven’t already! I upload new photography related videos every single Wednesday.

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All photos edited with my Amalfi Lightroom Preset and Aspen Lightroom Preset!