When we talk about people in photography, oftentimes we talk about those in the frontlines, the photographers and artists, and forget the facilitators behind the scenes.
145 images from the latest World Press Photo 2016 awards, billed as the “Oscars” of photojournalism, is currently on exhibit at the National Museum of Singapore till 26th March.
Some highlights at Xishuangbanna Foto Festival 2014 at Jinghong city by the Mekong River in Yunnan China.
Familiar and usual place, ordinary scene without specific features, public area with many people gathering and passing by or very private secluded location.
We are proud to announce the winners of our Photo Essay Asia Award in the inaugural Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2013.
Bookdummypress and Reminder’s Project Stronghold have joined forces to launch a new photography publication award.
Kids Photo Journal is a project where children from the tohoku disaster areas document their daily lives and the recovery of their home towns – using photography as voice and therapy.
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!
3/11 Kids Photo Journal is an inspiring photography project by children affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.
We are happy to announce that Invisible Photographer Asia will be the official Media Partner for The Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. The Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant is a collaborative project launched in 2010 by Yumi Goto of the Reminders Project and the Angkor Photo Festival. The winner of the grant, to be announced at the end of the year, will receive financial support of US$3,000, and the awarded project will be shown at the 2012 Angkor Photo Festival. Official Press Release from The Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant below. PRESS RELEASE – July 24, 2011 ANNOUNCING OUR OFFICIAL MEDIA …
In recent years, more Asian photographers are emerging onto the international scene, producing work of outstanding calibre and giving exposure to little known issues from their region or their own countries.
We recently caught up with Françoise Callier and Jessica Lim from the Angkor Photo Festival. They have been working hard behind the scenes on the festival’s 7th edition taking place from 19th to 26th November, 2011 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. We were privy to hear the festival’s plans this year and their wonderful support for young Asian photographers. The Call For Submissions to this year’s festival is now open till 15th June, 2011. Call For Submissions to The 7th Angkor Photo Festival Created in 2oo5, the Angkor Photo Festival is the first such event to be organized in Southeast …
Masaru Goto is a Japanese photojournalist based in Bangkok, Thailand. It was his early photographs of the Cambodian war that first inspired his partner, and previously featured photo curator Yumi Goto.
In this Invisible Interview we shine the spotlight on photo curator, editor and evangelist Yumi Goto. Yumi has got to be one of the busiest people in the current photojournalism scene in Asia.
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