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Graeme Green

Hoi An-based Frenchman Réhahn’s patient approach has won him the trust of tribal elders, who have handed over rare artefacts and garments for display and preservation at his gallery in the town

The Briton, famed for his black-and-white landscapes, loves the plastic pocket camera for its unpredictability and the whimsical quality of the resulting photos

These four countries (and Hong Kong, of course) are famous for their potential for great shots of landscapes, people, food, architecture and natural beauty

Most visitors to the Indonesian holiday island are happy if they reach the top of one of its three big volcanoes; Graeme Green scales all three in 16 hours, with views of a Bali sunrise and sunset compensation for his labours

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No Wi-fi, showers out of a saucepan: a three-day trek with homestays in the peaceful forests and hills of little visited region makes a welcome change from Thailand's overly commercialised hiking tours

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