Hardworking, humble and honest. It was raining cats and dogs , but he still held his briefcase tightly. That of course shows you the importance of a day.
“Photographing people on the streets is like shooting fish underwater.” – that’s our quote of the week compliments of Thierry Brulé, after attending our Street Photography Workshop.
The Fuji X10 was recently released here in Singapore and I managed to get my hands on a set. It has been a long time since I bought a compact digital camera and I have been looking out for a general purpose carry everywhere camera for quite a while now.
It’s a common perception amongst us mortals to think of cemeteries and graveyards as eerie places to find ourselves in at. Throughout our history from folklore to pop culture; to even the devout and the pagans; mankind has established any burial grounds as something that is hallowed for the departed.
In this article, we highlight the fifth and last finalist for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. We take a look at Zishaan Akbar Latif’s touching and revealing project with the NGO Arushi.
On Tuesday 8th November 2011, we hosted PLUG & PLAY 2 , our second slideshow night at the IPA Gallery. PLUG & PLAY is an informal night of photography slideshows and conversation.
Trent Parke – Dreamlives (2002) – Australian Story – an old video from 2002 but great to share once more. The lanky, brilliant Trent Parke from Newcastle chasing light in Australia.
October 17th – Hong Kong citizens joined the global Occupy movement by holding a protest in Exchange Plaza, in the shadow of the International Finance Centre (IFC) building.
In this article, we highlight the third finalist for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. We take a look at Agnes Dherbey’s project #K76-3613, a personal journey which challenges the way photography can be used to learn about oneself, and also seeks to inquire upon the feelings of adopted children and the women who give their children up for adoption.
Throwing great clouds of turmeric powder offerings called bhandara into the air, the pilgrims paint the town golden yellow – a color they associate with the power of the sun, and one suggestive of Khandoba’s solar origin.
Last month was the 10th Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. I recently got hold of a copy of Stepping Through The Ashes (photographs by Eugene Richards and interviews by his wife Janine Altongy), which was released in 2002 by Aperture.
In this article, we highlight the third finalist for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. We take a look at Indonesian-American photographer Andri Tambunan’s project Against All Odds.
We have always been fans of Ricoh cameras. They make great compact cameras. We have used Ricoh GXR, GR1s and the GRD3 cameras, so were quite curious about the new Ricoh GRD4. Fortunately, we managed to get our hands on a loan unit for a few days. While this is not a full review, here are some points we noted about the GRD4. The GRD4 body looks and feels exactly the same as the 3. Once powered, the most immediate difference in the GRD4 over the 3 is the auto-focus speed – it is noticeably faster, even in low light environments. …
Ladakh is a magical land. An ancient energy resonates in the mountains and the people. Photographer: Rahul Dhankani
My initial interest in the Chinese Muslims in Indonesia stems from a general fascination with the Chinese communities of Southeast Asia. As a third-generation Hokkien born in Singapore, I’m a member of these diverse communities.