FUKUSHIMARCH is a month-long photo exhibition where 3 photographers share their personal photographic records made since 11 March 2011, when the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami led to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.

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23 years ago, Lan Celak asked his Javanese teacher for permission to start his own Kuda Kepang group. He said yes and blessed it with a name Sri Ulan, loosely meaning Radiant Tree Of Evergrowth.

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The Punk scene in Jakarta has grown to be the biggest in Asia, and its spirit finds perfect fit in Indonesian society where there are reasons abound to be rebellious.

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Quote: As with Life, it’s not how long you have photographed, it’s how intense.

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Kodak announced yesterday – 1st March 2012 – the discontinuation of their EKTACHROME E100G Film, EKTACHROME E100VS Film and ELITE Chrome Extra Color 100 Film.

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The long awaited update to, without a doubt, the most popular camera used by photojournalists today has arrived – the Canon EOS 5D Mark III was officially announced today.

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“I think what really still excites me about taking photographs is that I might get a great one. I might make an iconic picture if I’m lucky” Mary Ellen Mark.

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On Monday 20th February 2012, we hosted PLUG & PLAY 4 , our fourth slideshow night at the IPA Gallery. Here are some of the presentations.

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The 2nd edition of the IPA Street Photography Contest will soon open for submissions. Meanwhile, here is the 1st Prize up for grabs, proudly sponsored by BenPhoto Singapore and Chiif Cameras.

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The fast and furious renaissance of Street Photography today is undeniable, and part of this resurgence is the birth of new groups and collectives who find commonality in their vision and approach.

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In the 10 plus years that I have been involved in photography, I have read and owned only 1 book that contained the technical bit of photography (e.g. Exposure, ISO, Lenses, etc).

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Japan is the third largest donor to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, but among developed nations, has one of the lowest acceptance rates for refugees seeking asylum in their country.

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