Liu Bolin the invisible artist/photographer from China produces quite amazing photographs. Now you see him, now you don’t, Bolin spends about 10 hours shooting each photograph where he paints himself with the aid of assistants to blend into his landscape environment. Here are a few videos of Bolin and his work.
A short documentary film on photographer Sean Lee and his latest award-winning Homework photographs featuring portraits of his family. We step into the Lee household for an intimate glimpse of the Lee family and how they spend Sundays in Sean’s little HDB bedroom creating his latest set of portrait images titled Strangers. Sean Lee first won the Special Jury Prize in the Angkor Photo Festival in 2007, and was later nominated for the prestigious Prix Découverte in the Les Recontres d’Arles (Arles Photo Festival) in France. He also received a Paul Huf award nomination given out by the Foam Fotografiemuseum in Amsterdam. …
A 15 minute video documentary of Japanese street photographer Junku Nishimura in Singapore when he came for the official opening of the IPA Gallery.
[youtube]1K1TPIAQw90[/youtube] ‘The City Itself Is Sexual.’ Daido Moriyama: Memories of a Dog – a video short by JGS Inc. on the world’s favourite Japanese street photographer Daido Moriyama.
We have a special place for the Nikon F series of cameras. The Nikon FM2, and later the F3 and F4, were the first cameras we used when we started our journey in photography, as they probably were for many others. Here is a NHK video we chanced upon showing how the Nikon F was made – The Nikon F Story. [youtube width=580]x7mvaryk8Vc[/youtube] [youtube width=580]hEvaBz6NoKg[/youtube]
A 1950’s Kodak Factory film that documents the production process and birth of photographic and cinematic film. The piece was uncovered as part of a heritage in the Netherlands and was probably used as a propaganda film for Kodak. PART 1 [youtube width=560]UJ6w1esVcoY[/youtube] PART 2 [youtube width=560]4-d0W6hMxwo[/youtube]
Stefen Chow is an editorial photographer based in Beijing and Singapore, and one of the brave few to have scaled and photographed some of the highest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest. A professional photographer sponsored by Nikon, Stefen’s work has been published and awarded by PDN, Time Magazine and Wall Street Journal to name a few. In this video edition of our Invisible Interviews, we get up close and personal with Stefen as he shares his extreme adventure photography and his latest social-documentary project ‘The Poverty Line – China’. More work from Stefen on his website: www.stefenchow.com
A short video documentary on Ying Tang, the talented Shanghai-based street photographer featured in our most recent Invisible Interviews and Photo Essays.
Part 2 video collage of B/W Street Photography in Malaysia by Paul Swee, photographer and contributor at The Invisible Photographer Asia.