Honne and Tatemae are two very important concepts to understand Japanese social behaviour.
5 IPA Workshop Grants awarded over the past 2 months, to recipients from Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines and Singapore.
Beneath Jharia, a remote region of eastern India, lie dozens of massive underground fires, forever threatening the lives and health of the nearly half a million people who live above.
It gets you along the way, the wound. It starts in the arms, burning you with doubt as you touch her. It climbs up to your shoulder, the doubt.
From the passing of time, friends, sadness, joy, successes, failures. I am humbled by the power of time. By its immortality and the continuous cycle of discovery.
I lived in a world of dreams and fantasy from a tender age when innocence, fun and naivety transported me to the world of Ali Baba on a flying carpet.
Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) is proud to be a supporting partner of the Asian Environmental Journalism Awards (AEJA) 2013.
IPA Awards judge Chow Chee Yong reflects on his own surrealist photography and the ‘darkroom photoshop’ techniques used to create them.
A guest post by Megat Ibrahim Mahfuz on INTER-VIEWS & Participatory Photography in Singapore.
The 2 B/W Street Photography Winners of our Photo Book Giveaway: Junku Nishimura + Rony Zakaria revealed.
LARAWAN: Portraits Of Filipinos, by Lenny Limjoco is a collection of beautifully intimate essays and portraits of the people of Philippines.
I Woke Up In a Strange Place. Photographs & Text: Ajay Malghan
This second Photo Kopi session is a virtual one, with influential Filipino photographer Alex Baluyut.
A story about shepherds living in the Ukrainian Carpathians, their everyday life, household and seasonal work in the Carpathian meadows, called polonynas.
We are offering 2 grants for our Street Photography Workshops in BANGKOK and KUALA LUMPUR. Application Deadline: 12PM SGT, Tuesday 30TH April, 2013