Photo Single spotlight of our favourite photographs shared by the Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA) Flickr Community.
Exhibition highlights for the Angkor Photo Festival 8th Edition opening on 1st December 2012.
Tokyo is still the biggest metropolis in the world – famous for her perfection, vastness and rhythm. It’s a city where it is easy to get lost.
Nobuyoshi Araki, or Tensai Araki (Araki, the genius), has existed in the grey area of what is taboo and what is art within the Japanese society.
After being a photojournalist for over a decade, Bob reflects on the rhythm of life and how it inter-twines with his personal photography.
A selection of the photographs taken by the participants of the IPA Street Photography Workshop with David Gibson, In-Public | 13th – 15th July 2012.
An editing session with Photographer Andri Tambunan and Picture Editor Mike Davis on Andri’s long term project ‘Against All Odds’ on the under-reported AIDS pandemic in Indonesia’s Papau province.
We hosted a public talk by photographer David Gibson, one of the co-founding members of In-Public Street Photography Collective, at IPA Gallery. Here’s an A-Z summary of what David had to share…
Saul Leiter: Early Color features 100 colour photographs that Leiter took mostly in the 1950s. I cannot think of many street photographers from the 1950s to 1970s who worked well in colour.
Photography goes beyond an execution of techniques. Likewise picture perfection is not confined to fixed rules. I come to realize that art is subjective.
Global warming seems to have more severe impact on certain countries than others because of the way it affects the world climate.
Congratulations to the Official WINNERS of the IPA Street Photography Asia 2012 Contest!
‘Please Mind The Gap’ is an ongoing photography project where slices of life were captured on board my daily commute, through the narrow gap between the MRT (subway) train doors and the station platform doors.
While the Hong Kong people are celebrating the 15th anniversary of the HKSAR establishment, the questions arise – have there been any transformation or have things really remained unchanged as promised?
Exactly a year ago on this night, the last KTM train to ever depart Tanjong Pagar Railway Station roared out of the station – piloted by Sultan Iskandar Ismail of Johor.