In this article, we highlight the second finalist for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. We take a look at Japanese photographer Shiho Fukada’s project Japan’s Disposable Workers: Lost in Global Unemployment, in which she tackles the complex issue of unemployment in today’s globalised economy.

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The Canon PowerShot S90/95 series compact cameras are without doubt one of our favorite ‘real-pocket’ RAW cameras. It is quite amazing the power it packs for such a small, small camera. The only little itch sometimes is that it is an LCD camera, which makes shooting in very sunny street photography weather an issue. How […]

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A few weeks ago when I was in Hong Kong (HK), Typhoon Nesat swept past. On Thursday, 29th September 2011, Typhoon Signal No. 8 was issued and the whole of HK basically shut down. Schools, offices, the stock market and most shops closed and transport more or less came to a standstill. The MTR trains […]

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We previously featured Japanese photographer Soichiro Koriyama’s Photo Essay: Vanishing Village on a dairy farming community affected by the Fukushima nuclear incident. Here is a video extension of Soichiro’s work.

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I had the most profound changes in life in being a father. And change isn’t always an easy thing. I think all first-time dads feel this spectrum of emotions from self-doubt and fear to excitement and fulfillment in their new role.

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Around three weeks back i was working on my portfolio…it was about time as I had not updated it since long…working on my portfolio always makes me nervous …it never is a day long exercise…this time it took a week…and it did n’t get over…so in between i usually end up watching a master’s work […]

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On Thursday 13th October 2011, we hosted our first Plug & Play Slideshow Night 1 at the IPA Gallery. Plug & Play is an informal night of photography slideshows and dialogue.

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For nearly 80 years, the train service that ran from the Central Business District of Singapore to Malaysia was essentially Malaysian in the sense that the railway station and all 25.5 kilometres of railway track that ran within Singapore was owned and operated by Malaysia.

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Beautifully crafted ‘Street Videography’ of Singapore streets lensed on the Canon 5D Mk II by Jmerts Eddun. Photographer: Jmerts Eddun Website: www.edaydreamer.com Watch more films and videos: invisiblephotographer.asia/category/invisible-films

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We are offering 2 FREE SPOTS to our upcoming IPA Street Photography Workshop in Singapore on 12–13th November, 2011. More information on the workshop here: IPA Street Photography Workshop 12–13th November, 2011 Here are simple steps to apply for one of our Free Spots: 1) Tell us why you would like to attend our Street Photography […]

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In the coming weeks, we will be featuring the work of the five finalists for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. This week, we begin with Bangladeshi photographer GMB Akash and his project The Bitterest Pill, which aims to be a detailed documentation of the use of the drug Oradexon in Bangladeshi brothels.

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I felt that my mission in life was to make visible what appears to be invisible and I do that as someone who is blind and comes into a world and suddenly begins to see. ~Bruce Davidson It has been 2 months since I reviewed Volume I of Bruce Davidson’s Outside Inside. I have flipped […]

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