Submit your work for Life Frame competition and win a chance to be exhibited in their end-of-year exhibitions, to receive a share of $12,000 in cash prizes, and to gain digital and print exposure. More information here
Catch world-renowned photographer Steve Mccurry iconic images here in Singapore at the Gillman Barracks this coming 16 Jan 2016 - 21 Feb 2016, organised by Sundaram Tagore.
Best known for his evocative color images, the American photographer specially selected fifty-three photographs for this exhibition, including images from Afghanistan, Burma, China, Thailand, Pakistan, Turkey, Tibet and Sri Lanka, as well as a large body of work from India. The images, many of which have become modern icons, span more than thirty years his career. More information can be found on the link below.
via Gillman Barracks
Famous American celebrity photographer Mark Shaw will be holding a first time exhibition in Singapore featuring iconic photographs of Audrey Hepburn, Mademoiselle Chanel and Pablo Picasso. The exhibition will be held at Leica Galerie Singapore, which will showcase 20 of his most famed prints, all captured using a Leica M2.
The exhibition takes place from January 15 - February 29 at Leica Galerie Singapore, #01-18 Raffles Hotel Arcade. Admission is free.
AFTERGLOBE is a Singapore-based independent art and literary travel magazine, self-published once a year. Their Issue 3 is calling for submission now and the theme is Adventure.
Extract from their website:
Do read about the submission guideline here
If u never heard of Studio Ghibli, it is the legendary Japanese animation studio that produced Laputa: Castle in the Sky, Spirited Away and Totoro(just to name a few). It is well-known how Ghibli and it co-founder and master story-teller Hayao Miyazaki manage to create so many outstanding film that make u want to cry and smile at the same time. I really like the music from his film too, especially Laputa : Le Chateau Dans Le Ciel from Castle in the Sky and Always with you from Spirited Away. Both by Joe Hisaishi. Unfortunately, ever since Hayao Miyazaki announced his retirement in August 2014, the studio had been quiet since then and rumour of a last Studio Ghibli feature film had been around for a long time and here came “When Marnie Was There“. If “When Marnie Was There” is their last movie, the reason is enough for me to purchase a ticket in the cinema.
After reading Sebastiao Salgado’s latest book “From my Land to the Planet“, I guess i have to catch this one “The Salt of the Earth“, directed by his son Juliano and German director Wim Wenders. Sebastião Salgado has created some of the twentieth century’s most iconic photography. From war zones to famine, genocide to exodus, Salgado has documented many of the world’s major events of the last 40 years in crisp black-and-white pictures. He’s also won countless prizes, including being named last week as a Master of Photography at Photo London 2015. I will highly recommend to any photographers out there to read his book as u will find a lot of inspiration and comfort in one of the greatest social documentary photographer and photojournalist in our time.
Extract from the book(Looking death in the face):
My 1st full-frame sensor camera back then. The EOS 5D can truly be said a game-changer, bringing a match of competitive pricing and quality for full frame camera in the market.
Surrounded by robotic motors, modified macro lenses, and custom flashes, Kenji builds contraptions that can’t be bought.
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