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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Vivian Maier worked as a professional nanny all her working life. After picking up photography sometime in the late 1940s, she started photographing the world around her during her leisure time. In her lifetime, she amassed a body of work comprising of over 100,000 negatives as well as hundreds of rolls of undeveloped film.
Final Part 10 transcription of the Q&A session during the public talk given by photographers Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, and David Chickey of Radius Books, at The National Museum Of Singapore on 9th March, 2012.
Typhoon Washi, locally known as “Sendong” hit the southern Philippines on December 16, 2011 triggering flash floods and landslides which resulted into 1,268 confirmed dead in the rampaging floodwaters brought by the tropical storm.
The land enclosed is no longer a presence, as if what was displaced or destroyed at these sites no longer matters. Memory has been traded for development. What will be erected with a strict belief that the future is the only concern?
Pablo Bartholomew, 52, is one of India’s leading photographers and the first from South Asia to win the World Press Photo (WPP) Award in 1975, when he was just 19.
A major island in southern Philippines that was made synonymous to war and terrorism by the western world, Mindanao is a place unconquered by outsiders until the Americans came in during the turn of the century.