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Photography allows me to confront my reality in a manner that, hopefully, returns me to life with a little more tenderness, a little more passion.

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I was recently a nominator for Platform TEN, an annual presentation by IPA Partner PLATFORM.sg of ‘new faces’ to watch in Singapore Photography.

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Construction in Singapore forms the bane and the boon of Singaporeans – at the same time advancing our industries and building up the infrastructure needed for advancement.

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During the month of Ramadan, Muslims are encouraged to attend special congregational prayers at night called the terawih prayers.

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After being a photojournalist for over a decade, Bob reflects on the rhythm of life and how it inter-twines with his personal photography.

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Photography goes beyond an execution of techniques. Likewise picture perfection is not confined to fixed rules. I come to realize that art is subjective.

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‘Please Mind The Gap’ is an ongoing photography project where slices of life were captured on board my daily commute, through the narrow gap between the MRT (subway) train doors and the station platform doors.

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Sometimes I see you with your head in the clouds and your heart on the floor. You’re a beautiful confusion, a jungle city whose true nature cannot be paved.

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After being a photojournalist for over a decade, Bob reflects on the rhythm of life and how it inter-twines with his personal photography.

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Jaroslaw Komuda is a Finalist in the 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2012 by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA).

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These are Durian Days in Singapore – fragrant for some, pungent for others, colorful for me. [Work In Progress]

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A 25 year old artist posted stickers and sprayed “My Grandfather Road” graffiti (in this case, Singapore’s grandfather Lee Kuan Yew) all over public spots and roads in Singapore.

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