Pushing the prison-like iron gate, a boy came out of the ward. He showed me his disfigured arms while placing his head on my tummy. He seemed to be contented. During the Vietnam War, the U.S. military sprayed herbicides in order to defoliate forested land and deprive guerrillas of cover.

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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.

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“The Burmese continue to live a real-life version of Animal Farm. When I posed as a tourist to make these pictures, there always seemed to be shadows following me. Big Brother has many little brothers.” Chien-Chi Chang

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Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA) proudly supports the PHOTO PROJECT WORKSHOP with Zhuang Wubin, to be conducted at Bandung Indonesia on 12th – 18th December 2011.

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“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.

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I arrived in India in June 2011 and was immediately impressed by almost everything that passed in front of my eyes. It was my first time in Asia – I live in Eastern Europe.

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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.

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These are the Singapore Street Photographs shot by the participants of the 2 day IPA Street Photography Workshop on 12-13th November 2011, and instructor Kevin WY Lee.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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