Photography shouldn’t be about the perfect image, and even then, the definition of the ‘perfect image’ can never be perfect in itself. There is no right or wrong in art, so what if the image is blurred?

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During my trip to Cambodia, and with the support of the Spanish NGO Paz y Desarrollo, I had the opportunity to follow the lives of 5 Cambodian women (and their families) in three of the most remote regions of the country, in order to report their daily routines from dawn till dusk.

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We spent the day out playing tourist with the new Olympus OM-D E-M5 and was thoroughly impressed. The OM-D was super responsive – the autofocus was blazing fast and accurate.

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Be water, my friend. That is my take-away for Plug and Play 5 Slideshows at IPA Gallery. Three speakers, Zhuang Wubin, Edwin Koo and Bob Lee. Diverse in everyway and yet similar in many respect.

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I dropped by the Leica Store @ Raffles Hotel Arcade (Singapore) today to check out the Magic Moments Photo Exhibition that has been on since the 22nd of March.

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Lens choice is an emotional decision, not a technical choice.

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Renowned Indian photojournalist Pablo Bartholomew talks about his life in photography in this video by TEDxIIMRanchi.

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Swat Valley, located in northwest Pakistan, was once described as “janad” – Paradise. Renowned for its natural beauty, hospitable people and surreal tranquility, men and women from all over the world flocked to its folds in search of paradise on earth.

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In Indonesia, the death toll of Bronchiectasis is not accurate, and unfortunately there is a big chance of Gilang’s story to repeat itself.

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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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