Master photographer and curator Chang Chao-Tang 張照堂 shares his process in editing and making photobooks in Taiwan.
A candid and frank interview with Prashant Panjiar, Delhi Photo Festival co-founder and World Press Photo 2016 Judge.
Part 2 of our frank interview with Prashant Panjiar, Delhi Photo Festival co-founder and World Press Photo 2016 Judge.
Son of an exiled Chinese nationalist, Tseng Kwong Chi was a Hong Kong born photographer active in the New York Art Scene in the 1970s and 80s.
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.
Highlights from Bangladeshi photographer Sarker Protick’s talk ‘Approach and Engagement’ presented by The Straits Times and World Press Photo on 30th January 2016 at the National Museum of Singapore.
Zhu Lanqing is one of the youngest photographers ever to win the prestigious Three Shadows Photography Award in China. Her win was not without controversy.
In ‘They’, Zhang showed secular Chongqing citizens at a moment of euphoric leisure. In ‘Coastline’, he travelled 18.000 kilometres along the Chinese coastline to photograph the surreal landscapes he encountered.
A surge of young contemporary photographers have been creating work centered around analogue photographic process and alternative photography.
An interview with award-winning Singapore graphic designer Hanson Ho on designing photobooks.
“An artist identity is vital in creating an impression.” An interview with rising Singapore artist Sarah Choo.
In As quietly as rhythms go, visual artist Geraldine Kang documents a familiar sight in Singapore: a construction project, this time along the Sungei Serangoon.
Eric is what many consider to be a godfather in Malaysian photography, and has sat on the regional selection panel of the Joop Swart Masterclass by the World Press Photo since 1995.
A selection of memorable quotes from our articles and interviews.
Editing is a numbers game. The more images and range you have, the more options you have to weave a sequence.