STREET PHOTOGRAPHY ASIA Exhibition | 8th August – 8th October, 2011

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Invisible Pht grapher Asia officially opens the IPA GALLERY with the STREET PHOTOGRAPHY ASIA Exhibition. Exhibiting the photographs of: IPA STREET PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST FINALISTS Karan Vaid, Mazini Hafizhuddin, Jimmy Sng, Werayuth Piriyapornprapa, Karolus Naga, Siddharth Jain, Dirk Claus, Nicky Loh, Emese Benko, Chanakan Nippita, Erwin Sitorus, Charlie Kirk, Rony Zakaria, Jing-Chao Chen, Pramudya Tony Mahendra, Theofilus De Roza, Ting Tuck Loong, Inaki Lizarraga de Miguel, Werayuth Piriyapornprapa, Willy Yohanes Lim STREET PHOTOGRAPHERS ASIA: YING TANG, China www.yingphotography.com JUNKU NISHIMURA, Japan flickr.com/photos/junku-newcleus KEVIN WY LEE, Singapore www.kevinwylee.com EXHIBITION DATES: Exhibition Opening (Invite Only): 7PM – 10PM, Thursday 4th August, 2011 Public Exhibition …

IPA Street Photography Contest 2011 Official Winners

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Invisible Ph t grapher Asia celebrated their 1st anniversary in April 2011. To mark this milestone, we hosted our first Street Photography Contest. After much deliberation by our judges, here are our official winners! 1ST PLACE WINNER The Colt Attacks, by Karan Vaid, India 2ND PLACE WINNER Another street show, by Mazini Hafizhuddin, Indonesia 3RD PLACE WINNER Yoga, by Jimmy Sng, Singapore PEOPLE’S CHOICE WINNER The Shadow, by Werayuth Piriyapornprapa, Thailand Karan Vaid wins 1ST Place and our 1st Prize: The Classic Street Photography Kit: Leica M2 Rangefinder + 35mm Lens. View all 20 Contest finalists here: Photo Essay: TOP …

IPA Sunny 16 Dog Tags (Limited Stock) now available for online purchase.

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IPA Sunny 16 Dog Tags (Limited Stock) now available for online purchase. Click here for online purchase: IPA Sunny 16 Dog Tags – International Purchase The IPA Sunny 16 Dog Tags are electron-plated aluminium, with double-sided laser-marked inscriptions ‘SUNNY 16 Chart + (IPA) Invisible Ph t grapher Asia Insignia’. The Tags are available in 2 finishes – a black/bronze finish and a chrome finish. Each tag comes with a rubber guard silencer and a steel ball chain. Limited stocks also available for local purchase in Singapore at Chiif Cameras, 5 Coleman Street #02-25 Excelsior Shopping Centre.

IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2011

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IPA STREET PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST Invisible Ph t grapher Asia celebrates their 1st anniversary in April 2011. To mark this anniversary milestone, we are hosting our first Street Photography Contest. This contest is a celebration, a challenge, and a search for the best street photography and photographers in Asia. The contest is open and free to photographers of any level, and in any country of residence. Each photographer may submit up to 3 entries in total. Submissions must be in the street photography genre and shot in Asia within the last 12 months. Contest submission period starts from 1st April and closes …

IPA SUNNY 16 Dogtags

IPA Sunny 16 Dog Tags Giveaway 1

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IPA Sunny 16 Dog Tags Giveaway 1 In our first ever giveway, we have 3 pieces of our first limited batch of Original IPA Sunny 16 Dog Tags up for grabs! The Tags are electron-plated aluminium in a black/bronze finish, with double-sided laser-marked inscriptions (SUNNY 16 Chart + Invisible Ph t grapher Asia Insignia). Each tag comes with a rubber guard silencer and a steel ball chain.

We want your feedback & suggestions.

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2010 is nearing its finale. The Invisible Photographer Asia is now into it’s 8th month. We started doing what we do back in April 2010. IPA’s definitely grown, gaining new readers and followers every day. We’d like to thank everyone for their support and their readership. And as we’re heading into a new year, we’d like to know you – our readers and followers – better.

Notice: Invisible Web Server & Design Upgrade.

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Hi everyone, we will be migrating Invisible Ph t grapher Asia to a new dedicated server, and possibly giving our website a nice facelift as well in the coming days. During our upgrading program, the IPA website might be offline temporarily. But fear not, we’ll be back online bigger and better than ever. We apologize in advance for any inconveniences. Happy photographing. Much thanks for your support. Team at Invisible Ph t grapher Asia.

Invisible Ph t grapher Asia on PLATFORM 10.12

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Invisible Ph t grapher Asia will be presented in a talk by Kevin WY Lee at the PLATFORM 10.12 event at Sinema Old School Mount Sophia Singapore on Tuesday, 7th December 2010. PLATFORM is a gathering of Singapore-based photographers, who use stills, video or multimedia, to tell stories. PLATFORM is set up with two goals: 1) to foster social documentary visual storytelling in Singapore through the photography medium 2) to bring these stories, that touch on issues concerning our community, to a greater Singaporean audience. Apart from online activities, PLATFORM has a regular show-and-share session, every first Tuesday of each month, 8.00 pm to 10.30 …

[Tear Sheet] Juice Magazine OCT ’10: The Invisible Photographer – Across The Street And Asia

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Original article in Juice Magazine October 2010 Issue. Text by Renee Lorentzen. Photographs by Kevin WY Lee and Paul Swee. Street photography blogs might be all the rage this moment, but Kevin Lee of The Invisible Photographer is taking this new phenomenon to a whole other level. Combining his passion for street photography and a strong love for Asia, Kevin launched The Invisible Photographer a couple of few months ago as a creative outlet for himself, and that other lensman next to him. And though most blogs focus on its owner, Kevin opens his to fellow photographers who share that same sizzling passion of working the camera to its best capacities. As …