The Angkor Photo Workshops is back for the 8th year — and is now officially accepting applications!

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An inside look at the 2012 Oskar Barnack Award Jury in action. And yes you guessed it, Bruce Gilden certainly is loud and opinionated :-).

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Is there truth in a photograph? Not always. The context of photographs are at the mercy of the photographers who take them and the editors who may re-contextualise them.

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If I want to be treated as an informed member within the community of artists, writers, photographers and curators, I have to speak. If not, I will be complicit in this violence. As such, I dennounce this xenophobia unconditionally. This is the first step. And then, we can talk and heal.

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Our thoughts on what we feel is the most innovative thing Leica Camera can do today.

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Shanghai has been one of the most mature cities in the history of China, a country with a proud civilization dating back as far back as 4000 B.C.

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“Near Equal Moriyama Daido” – an hour plus long documentary video by b.b.b.inc on Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama.

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A selection of the street photographs taken by the participants of the IPA Street Photography May 2012 Workshop in Singapore.

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My name is Kang Li. I have lived in Block 230G of Tampines street 21 since 1993. It is a point block of 44 households spread over 12 storeys.

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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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