Sunset over Seminyak brings an explosion of eggplants and lavenders, and the pool bar at Potato Head Beach Club provides a front-row seat.
The Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II packages perks of a DSLR with the convenience of a smartphone, so you can shoot all kinds of light—and life.
Bali may be a tropical paradise, but with so many regions and things to see, it’s also go-town. We sent international travel photographer Ken Kochey around the island with the 20.1-megapixel Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II premium compact camera. The result is this stunning chronicle of a lovely day.
It's best to get up early to catch the swells and beat the crowds at epic Uluwatu.
Ubud's iconic Ceking Tegalalang is the crossroads of traditional beauty and engineering.
Morning rituals at un-touristy Pura Dalem Hyang Soka Temple, in Blung Bang Village.
Craftsmen in Sebang keep up the millenium-old customs of Balinese woodcarving.
You don’t have to be a pro to get wow shots. The 4.2x optical zoom lens allows you to zoom from as wide as 24mm and as far as 100mm. The DIGIC 7 image processor is built for enhanced image stabilisation, generating sharp and better quality images. The 180-degree tiltable LCD touchscreen tilts up 180 degrees and down 45 degrees, letting you experience a range of shooting perspectives. Wi-fi and NFC connectivity get you online.
“The PowerShot G7 X Mark II is small enough to keep with you, but substantial enough to know you are holding a nice piece of equipment,” Kochey says. “The camera handled every lighting situation very well and I was impressed with the quality and the color rendition. It is a quality camera in a small package.”
All photos by Ken Kochey, shot on the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II, Credits to TRAVEL + LEISURE Southeast Asia
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