Part 8 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.

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An intensive 3-day workshop produced by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia, tutored by David Gibson, one of the founder members of In-Public, for anyone interested in photography and particularly street photography.

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India, a victim of unrivalled growth opportunities, is loosing thousands of hectares of agricultural land each year. The photo series tries to explore the rhythm and contradictions of life in modern India.

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I participated at the IPA Street Photography Workshop in Bangkok as a guest photographer and mentor. Here is a short diary of the three days, along with some photographs I took.

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Part 7 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.

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I have travelled as an archaeologist throughout the former Soviet world, including Mongolia and Kazakhstan, in search of these military bases that embodied the ambition and the might of the USSR.

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Part 6 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.

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The 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest by Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) is now open for submissions till 1st June 2012.

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Black & White has been released as a limited edition of 2,000 sets and comes with a certificate hand-signed and numbered by Davidson himself (included in Volume 1 of the set).

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Documenting the aftermath of quake and tsunami was virtually an act of collecting signs. Signs of quake and tsunami are so obvious all throughout disaster areas of course, but so are the signs of life, town and living.

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Part 5 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.

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Flagellantism began as a militant pilgrimage and was later condemned by the Catholic church as a heretical practice .The practice had it’s origins in the 13th and 14th centuries. Flagellation is a form of penance in the church for sinners to atone for their sins.

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