Posts by author: IPA

Rangoon Hardcore is a body of work looking at the passionate group of youths who make up Rangoon’s underground guitar music scenes.

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Begin or reinvigorate your journey as a Street Photographer with our extensive 3 Day Workshop in Bangkok Thailand, while exploring Asia’s City Of Angels with Kevin WY Lee, founder of IPA and cult Japanese street photographer Junku Nishimura.

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An extensive 2 day workshop designed and produced by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia for intermediate photographers who want to appreciate and explore street photography, develop their own skills, and begin their journey as a street photographer.

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For the last fifteen years I have been wandering around with my camera in search of a way. Through this journey of my photographic path, I found very few directions and chose not to follow any, I instead followed a way, a search of a route where millions were already in.

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Why use a wide angle lens for street photography? Yes, that’s a question we get asked a lot, especially from ‘newbies’, and the answer is a rather simple one.

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Pushing the prison-like iron gate, a boy came out of the ward. He showed me his disfigured arms while placing his head on my tummy. He seemed to be contented. During the Vietnam War, the U.S. military sprayed herbicides in order to defoliate forested land and deprive guerrillas of cover.

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“The Burmese continue to live a real-life version of Animal Farm. When I posed as a tourist to make these pictures, there always seemed to be shadows following me. Big Brother has many little brothers.” Chien-Chi Chang

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Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA) proudly supports the PHOTO PROJECT WORKSHOP with Zhuang Wubin, to be conducted at Bandung Indonesia on 12th – 18th December 2011.

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“Photographing people on the streets is like shooting fish underwater.” – that’s our quote of the week compliments of Thierry Brulé, after attending our Street Photography Workshop.

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I arrived in India in June 2011 and was immediately impressed by almost everything that passed in front of my eyes. It was my first time in Asia – I live in Eastern Europe.

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These are the Singapore Street Photographs shot by the participants of the 2 day IPA Street Photography Workshop on 12-13th November 2011, and instructor Kevin WY Lee.

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In this article, we highlight the fifth and last finalist for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. We take a look at Zishaan Akbar Latif’s touching and revealing project with the NGO Arushi.

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