IPA Street Ph t graphy Asia T-shirts Giveaway February 2012

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Help us discover talent in Asia and win an
IPA Street Ph t graphy Asia T-shirt!

It’s that time of the year again where we give some goodies away. This time around, we’ve got 3 IPA Street Ph t graphy Asia T-shirts up for grabs. How to get your hands on one? Easy – help us discover new talent in Asia. Post a website/portfolio link in the comments below to talented photographers in Asia who you think deserve a spotlight. Do tell us why you think they’re great too. We’ll pick the 3 most interesting referrals and they win a T-shirt each. We’ll close this giveaway on 12PM SGT, Friday 24th February –  OK, GO!

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  1. Photographer Name: Ritesh Uttamchandani.

    Portfolio: http://riteshuttamchandani.photoshelter.com/

    One of my favourite photojournalist from India, Ritest Uttamchandani has shot some of the most renowned events in the country such as the Cricket World Cup 2011 and yet shown it in a different light than what most other photo journalists have had to show. Add to that break taking portraits as well as beautiful work on the series in the North East.

    Consider him to be perfect for this as his work truly falls in the the “Invisible Photographer” category.

  2. It is the one and only Photographer which aims at promoting Tourism, Based on nature, historical sites, Tourist places, Artificial gardens. I am also based on Nature and Journalism. I’m from Manipur (INDIA). The speciality that I’m having is that, all the pictures are taken by a Digital Camera, but not by a high- ended SLR or DSLR. Please go through the pictures and share the opinions.
    So, if Deserve, please nominate me for the Invisible Photographer Asia.

    Thank You.

  3. I would recommend this young and talented guy; Ikhwan Samsuddin

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/6854224169/sizes/l/in/photostream/

    he is just hardworking to find something extraordinary from other people’s views. trust me.

    just give him a moment, he will get to capture the moment you might want to cherish and treasure for life!

    and for one thing, his photos will definitely make you smile no matter how thousand times you look at it.

    from nature to portraiture, he does it all!!

  4. I would recommend this young and talented guy; Ikhwan Samsuddin

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/6854224169/sizes/l/in/photostream/

    he is just hardworking to find something extraordinary from other people’s views. trust me.

    just give him a moment, he will get to capture the moment you might need to cherish and treasure for life!

    and for one thing, his photos will definitely make you smile no matter how thousand times you look at it.

    from nature to portraiture, he does it all!!

  5. Hi..
    I am from India..I love b/w and people photography.. plz do go through the corresponding sets ..would love to know your feedback ..and the t-shirt :)
    Best regards.

  6. Hi :)
    I’m new to street photography and I know some great photographers and some of them really inspire me and maybe you knew them already.. Although I’m got 50-50 chance to win one of my dream shirt, I just like to share first my own simple works which I believe need some suggestions for improvement:
    My facebook : http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.174163369279997.44400.100000590062577&type=3
    My first Youtube vid : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJ5QspD02XE
    My deviantart : http://dukeofspade.deviantart.com/gallery/

    Now these 3 artists are I think not so familiar with you. So I highly appreciate if you can check them too :)

    Brian Q. Webb – He’s not actually an Asian guy but now he’s living in Taipei, Taiwan for quite long time. I never meet him yet even I’m in Taiwan too.
    He’s so passionate to street photography.
    His works on deviantart : http://bqw.deviantart.com/
    His blog: http://www.photojazz.ws/

    Chris Yang – I just met this guy here in Taiwan and some of his friends and now were became friends in facebook. He use films and he got lots of great street shots saved only to his cellphone because he told me no one wants to see his street shots. So I can only share to you his facebook account where lots of his photos in his cellphone where not uploaded to his facebook page. And he’s a cool guy too. I think he needs to be encourage and notice.
    On his facebook: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.122626744417540.22279.100000106462529&type=3

    Gregorius Suhartoyo – a devaintart and a facebook friend of mine. He’s from Jakarta, Indonesia. His works are awesome. He’s a general photographer and his people photography you can feel the souls of the people. Try to view his works.
    His Shadowness : http://shadowness.com/Leonheart
    His Deviantart : http://the-flowerman.deviantart.com/

    More power to all !!!

    Regards,
    duke

  7. A man by the name of Sean Kelley.
    I found him online while searching for street photographers in Seoul.
    Followed him for a while and accidentally bumped into him at an underground
    camera store in Namdaemun. His photos makes it seem like he’s always at the right place, at the right time. Hope everyone enjoys his photos of Seoul as much as I have.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/

    Ryan Cabal

  8. Harpreet baccher in my eyes is one of the most promising and creative photographer in this time. Let it be fashion or product or street. He excels in every manner. His outdoor shoots are really mindblowing and his composition aer as creative as him. Do look at his al of the works.

  9. His name is Rony Rony Zakaria Zakaria is a freelance photojournalist living in Jakarta, Indonesia. He started his career in photography after completing his education in Journalism Photo Gallery Antara in Jakarta. Since then, he has covered many issues in Indonesia and Southeast Asia region. His work has been exhibited and featured in the festival and photo exhibition held in Indonesia and abroad.

    I have never met directly with him​​, just friends through facebook and visit him blog that was incredible. Character and consistency in producing an image characterized.

    An aspiring photographer asia in the future is his.
    I highly recommend RONY ZAKARIA

    Visit the Web at:

    http://ronyzakaria.blogspot.com/
    http://www.lightstalkers.org/ronyzakaria
    http://facebook.com/ronyzakaria

  10. Saw the portfolio of Adrian Storey aka @uchijinphoto on twitter today. He is probably best known for doing the “Two Cute Dogs” charlie kirk documentary.

    http://www.uchujin.co.uk/photos.html

    He has great work. My favorite is there is “no ghost in the machine” which challenges the western perception of Japan. I find it very eerie and makes me wonder how the west views other Asian countries.

    Also want to recommend a friend of mine, Neil Monsalud.

    His philosophy and work ethic is very “Winogrand” especially his attitude towards street photography. (My kind way of saying he shoots a lot, forgets about them, but edits like there is no tomorrow later on).

    But his work featured in the 1st Masterclass in Documentary Photography taught by the distinguished filipino documentary photographer Alex Baluyot is worthy of praise.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/loansharksfin/sets/72157625716040679/

    1. I second this suggestion! Neil Monsalud is a dedicated photographer and he deserves the recognition.

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