The Protestors – Bangkok Protests on the 9th of Dec 2013

Posted By admin / December, 10, 2013 /

Around 200,000 demonstrators rallied in Bangkok, with protest leaders saying their goal this Monday is to storm Shinawatra’s office, known as Government House. During the weeks of demonstrations, protesters have occupied various government offices. The rallies have been mostly peaceful, but clashes between protesters and government supporters on November 30 left five people dead. Protesters…

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Tipayaphong Poosanaphong at Elle Fashion Week Bangkok 2013

Posted By admin / November, 4, 2013 /

“This collection’s inspiration comes from the curved and geometric prints which appear on the pottery of Ban Chiang in the north eastern Thailand. The form of these potteries connects with silhouette in this collection. The colors scheme is not limited to to the colors that we used in the past but we also use black,gold,…

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Aerial Photography of Poland’s Lakes Shot Across Four Seasons

Posted By admin / September, 24, 2013 /

Photographer Kacper Kowalski’s aerial photos of Poland make for a flattering introduction to the country. Protruding into the southern Baltic sea, Pomerania in Poland is well-known for its great areas of forests that are scattered with lakes and winding rivers. The Kashubian Lake District is a land of enormous forests, rolling hills, untamed ravines speckled…

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Kitchen Portraits

Posted By admin / August, 7, 2013 /

In commission of the City Archives and the The Amsterdam Fund for the Arts Erik Klein Wolterink has focused on the innards of the kitchens, as if the exterior didn’t matter. The photographer opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens. Each piece he photographed separately and reconstructed the images again to one unit. Like him, we…

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Italian photographers win top prizes in Royal Photographic Society competition

Posted By admin / July, 24, 2013 /

Antonio Busiello (first picture below) won for his photograph which ‘raises valid and contemporary questions about body image. Judge Anthony Holland Parkin said: “The Cullatore struck a chord with a number of the judges. In a world obsessed with retouched perfection, Antonio’s honest image of a man proudly displaying his huge calluses challenges the viewer,…

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Maggie Choo’s – Bangkok’s Piece of Shanghai & its Musicians

Posted By admin / July, 17, 2013 /

Maggie Choo’s is the latest creation of the popular designer Ashley Sutton, the man behind the incredible ‘Bookshop’ and ‘Iron Fairies’ bars. Located at the end on Silom road, under the Novotel Fenix Silom and near to the famous ‘Sky Bar’ at Lebua, Maggie Choo’s is both a restaurant and a bar, a place like…

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Why Do You Love Bangkok?

Posted By admin / July, 17, 2013 /

BK Magazine has asked Bangkokians “What is it that you love so very dearly about your beautiful city?” This is what they said: Source: BK

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Dogs dressed as their owners

Posted By admin / June, 27, 2013 /

Do dogs really look like their owners? They do in this project by Swiss photographer Sebastian Magnani – he has spliced together portraits of the owners with their four-legged friends in a series called Underdogs “I first started the project in August 2009. As soon as I had the idea, it had pretty much already…

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Winners of the annual FCCT/OnAsia Photojournalism Contest

Posted By admin / April, 4, 2013 /

The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand (FCCT) and OnAsia have unveiled the winners of the annual FCCT/OnAsia Photojournalism Contest. The competition was the largest in its six-year history, attracting submissions from more than 375 photographers, a record, and over 6,000 images. Judges selected winners in four categories: Spot News, Feature Photography, Migration (a special category…

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Swedish Photographer Paul Hansen wins World Press Photo of the Year 2012

Posted By admin / February, 24, 2013 /

The international jury of the 56th annual World Press Photo Contest has selected a picture by Paul Hansen of the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter as the World Press Photo of the Year 2012. The picture shows a group of men carrying the bodies of two dead children through a street in Gaza City. They are…

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Sony world photography awards – professional shortlist

Posted By admin / February, 5, 2013 /

The World Photography Organisation has announced the shortlists for the professional, open and youth categories of the 2013 Sony world photography awards. Topics include the Syrian conflict, the Obama presidential campaign, cinemagoers in Kabul and witty shots of the animal kingdom See all pictures here Source: The Guardian UK

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Leaving Home, Coming Home: A Portrait of Robert Frank

Posted By admin / January, 17, 2013 /

Director Gerald Fox’s documentary Leaving Home Coming Home: A Portrait of Robert Frank features intimate interviews with the film-maker and photographer. The artist discusses his feelings about how his adopted home town of New York City has changed over the course of his 50 years living there. The director showcases Frank’s work, including clips of…

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Making of Pirelli Calendar 2013

Posted By admin / December, 29, 2012 /

See documentary about making the newest Pirelli Calendar (2013)  

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How to make money from Stock Photography

Posted By admin / December, 23, 2012 /

Source: dpreview.com I make 90% of my living from Stock Photography, and have been doing it for over 20 years, so here are a few tips that might make it easier if you’re trying to get started. 1) You have to spread yourself as wide as possible. Don’t go with just one library, go with…

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Military photojournalist talks about life under fire in gripping new documentary

Posted By admin / December, 13, 2012 /

source: imaging-resource.com Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a photojournalist for the military? As a photographer for the United States Air Force, Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane does just that, documenting life in the combat zone during recent deployments to Afghanistan. A revealing new documentary by Hannah Hill, titled “Snap Snap…

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Sebastião Salgado in Siberia

Posted By admin / December, 8, 2012 /

Source: guardian.co.uk The Nenets of northern Siberia live at temperatures of -35C, wash just once a year and eat raw reindeer liver to survive. Photographer Sebastião Salgado travelled with them. Eight years ago, at the age of 60, Sebastião Salgado set out on his most ambitious project. The photographer, best known for his painterly portraits…

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40 Amazing Online Photography Magazines

Posted By admin / December, 4, 2012 /

Whatever country we live in, we’re probably all familiar with the well-known photography magazines available in our newsagents and bookstores. The UK has Practical Photography, France has Photo, the Italians have Zoom and the Americans have American Photo. What you may not know is that there are many more photography magazines that are only available…

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