We are proud to announce the winners of our Street Photography Asia Award in the inaugural Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2013.
It only seems not long ago that we launched our first ever crowd-funding campaign for the inaugural Invisible Photographer Asia Awards.
We are happy to announce that we now have our complete panel of judges for our upcoming Photography Asia Awards.
Hey Asia, We’ve got an Awards for you coming up soon and here is our preliminary Judging Panel!
Full Gallery of images from the FINALISTS of the IPA Street Photography Asia 2012 Contest.
IPA STREET PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST Invisible Ph t grapher Asia celebrates their 1st anniversary in April 2011. To mark this anniversary milestone, we are hosting our first Street Photography Contest. This contest is a celebration, a challenge, and a search for the best street photography and photographers in Asia. The contest is open and free to photographers of any level, and in any country of residence. Each photographer may submit up to 3 entries in total. Submissions must be in the street photography genre and shot in Asia within the last 12 months. Contest submission period starts from 1st April and closes …
We previously posted a note about The Street Photography Now Project on our Facebook page. We’ve just received an email from them calling for more representation and participation from photographers in Asia. It’s a great project with some great names behind it, so here we go – Go forth Asia, participate and represent!
A short video documentary on Ying Tang, the talented Shanghai-based street photographer featured in our most recent Invisible Interviews and Photo Essays.
Shanghai-based Ying Tang works as a magazine photographer by day, and moonlights as a charismatic street photographer by night. Her work has been featured in the British Journal Of Photography and numerous other publications, and her Sakura Love Flickr page is a favourite amongst many adoring fans. In this exclusive Invisible Interview, she shares some insight into her beautiful work and what inspires them. To accompany the interview, Ying Tang has also compiled an exclusive essay of her choice photographs. Invisible Photographer Asia: Your street photography in Shanghai is one of the best and most unique we’ve seen, what inspires them? …