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Invisible Photographer Asia
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Photography & Visual Arts in Asia. Since 2010.
Photography & Visual Arts in Asia. Since 2010.

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Join us for the IPA Photo Workshop, Singapore | From Image To Story on 10–11th September.

"For photographers wishing to work on a photo project or have a body of work or portfolio, and facilitators who work with photography and are interested in storytelling with images. Over the course of 3 intensive days, participants will learn valuable insights with regards to working on a photo project or portfolio – aesthetics, language, self-critique, editing and curating their photographs to better narrate and communicate voice and vision."

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Latest Post: Brotherhood – The Drug War in ‪#‎Philippines‬,by Alex Baluyut.

"A drug war was also waged at this time I took these photos, and the results were the same. The drug trade continued, other people replacing the dead ones to rule the drug cartels."

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Latest Essay: OFFLINE: Portraits of Malaysian Insiders, by Hasnoor Hussain. ‪#‎Malaysia‬

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IPA Photo Workshop, Singapore | FROM IMAGE TO STORY : 10–11th September now open for registration.

This workshop is suitable for photographers with a portfolio or photo project, or wish to start on one, and also storytellers or communications executives interested in the medium of photography and the creative use of visual narration.

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Latest Post: Photographing Life and Humanity on Chinese Trains.
A look at Wang Fuchun's ‪#‎Photobook‬.

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Latest Photo Essay: Malaysia’s Honey Hunters, by Hasnoor Hussain.

During moonless nights in between mid of February to end of March, a group of local of men enter the rainforest of Greatest Ulu Muda Forest complex (GUMFC) located at north of Malaysia, near the Thailand border. It is home to the tropical rainforest’s tallest tree, the tualang (Koompasia excelsa), which hosts the hives of the giant honey bee (Apis dorsata).

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Latest Post: Why Are We Afraid Of The Songs The Rebel Sang?

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Following our successful Workshop Grant with the Singapore Heritage Society last year, Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) and Singapore Heritage Society are partnering again to offer a second grant to participate in the 12th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program commencing in August 2016.
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