A million ways to edit. One gut feel. A timelapse of 7 years of editing in Asia with Invisible Photographer Asia, workshops and mentorships since 2010.
For those working on photo projects and interested in how to go about editing and sequencing your images, we have just made available on Youtube, an introductory tutorial.
Highlights from the soon-to-launch book: Photography in Southeast Asia: A Survey, by Zhuang Wubin and published by NUS Press.
A short note on Newsha Tavakolian’s ‘I Know Why The Rebel Sings’ Photo Exhibition at Singapore International Festival of Arts.
A new publication ‘Left to Right (L-R)’ brings together 53 entries by artists, curators and writers based in Singapore and beyond.
Being an artist in any way is a sign of social dysfunction, Bowie added. It’s an extraordinary thing to want to do. The saner, more rational approach to life to do is to survive steadfastly.
An audio recording of the Panel Discussion: “Photojournalism: new era, new forms, new ethics?” held on Friday, January 29th 2016 at National Museum of Singapore, Gallery Theatre.
For something as mechanical and as straight forward as photography, it is very subtle, and very difficult to transform an almost invariable document into an insight.
Maika Elan is the queen of experimental film photography, particularly the kind made with plastic cameras with cheap lenses.
A surge of young contemporary photographers have been creating work centered around analogue photographic process and alternative photography.
Reading Singapore: SingKarPor, In the Still of the Night (While You Were Sleeping), Silenced Minority and The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye.
Promotion of photography in Asia comes hand in hand with protection of the environment in which photographers, participants and stakeholders work in to produce such photography.
These are the same two reasons that may make you think twice before you embark on your own photo book project.
The book “Prabuddha Dasgupta, 1956–2012” was launched at a retrospective exhibition “Prabuddha Dasgupta: A Journey” at the National Gallery of Modern Art.
In light of the Singapore 2015 elections, this #chutpattern piece is an “ownself check ownself” dialogue and an existentialist reflection for the Singapore photography community.