Photography makes people feel something (people turn their heads, or flee). But using a compact camera, you can do it simply.

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Photography as a medium can be very powerful: the still image allows for contemplation, it can refer to cultural and visual traditions, and as a representation of reality it forces the viewer to think about the depiction and its meaning.

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Folklore says that this area got its name from a small marsh bird called Burung Ranggong. Serangoon, as it is called now, has been a second home for me lately.

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When I go out into the city I have no plan. I walk down one street, and when I am drawn to turn the corner into another.

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My Ambitions are probably quite modest, but i think if you can resonate with a few people, just touch a few people, if they recognize something in your work, I think it’s worthwhile.

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My main intention for borrowing the OM-D was simply to have some fun with it and see how it handled as a walkabout camera. I have a few impressions of the camera but these have to be taken with a pinch of salt because I only used the camera for a short time.

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The photographer has been a slave to the camera for a long time. Good camera, good lens, Leica, etc – these were the masters of the photographers.

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During the six weeks I spent in Tokyo shortly after the earthquake in March 2011, there was an interesting atmosphere – literally.

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Talk to anyone who knows their Southeast Asian photography and you’ll hear the same thing – ‘Indonesian Photography is Hot.’ Here are a few Tumblr blogs by Indonesian photographers on Indonesian photography.

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In Photography, editing is of utmost importance, but often overlooked in today’s immediate world. It defines who you are as a photographer and it begins in the viewfinder.

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The overflow of China’s domestic travellers for a ‘Hawaiian beach holiday’ experience has worn out the island of Hainan (海南). With popularity and profits come pollution, over-crowding, and the effects of aggressive and unchecked profiteering.

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I’ve had the Olympus OM-D EM-5 for about two weeks now. In that period of time, I’ve had the opportunity to try it out while on assignment as well as for some task-specific images.

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