Tag Archives: Photographer

  1. The Canon Creative Asia Awards, Meet the Judges.

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    November 22, 2010 by N@

    Meet the Judges Have a look at a couple of great video interviews that have been conducted as part of …
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  2. William Long explains “My passion for dancing drove my photography”


    October 7, 2010 by N@

    Originating from the UK, William Long studied both the performing and visual arts. Starting his professional life as a performer, …
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  3. Learning to relate to people is a big part of being a photographer…Louis Pang

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    September 20, 2010 by N@

    Louis Pang is an internationally sought after photographer and speaker. He is a the first Asia-based photographer to speak and …
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  4. Chris Lalonde talks about getting over the fear of showing your work.

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    September 17, 2010 by N@

    Leading Canadian photographer Chris Lalonde gives us his thoughts on entering photography competitions and how entering can help you to open yourself up other peoples opinions and get over the fear of showing your work.

  5. The importance of finding a photography mentor, Sue Bryce


    September 15, 2010 by N@

    As one of our youngest judges in the International Aperture Awards, Sue Bryce brings freshness and a keen eye to …
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  6. Acclaimed landscape photographer Christian Fletcher shares his thoughts.


    September 8, 2010 by N@

    Christian Fletcher ” Don’t go in expecting to win so if you do it will be sweeter, if you don’t you won’t be disappointed. Remember it is just a game and sometimes your lucky on the day. I have only won two competition in the past 20 years.”

  7. “Turn your print upside down” an interview with Bob Coates


    September 3, 2010 by N@

    Turn your print upside down after you think you have finished working on it. Leave the room. Come back and see where your eye goes in the image. Is it still on your subject or has your eye gone to another area of your image. The eye goes to the area of highest contrast and if that isn’t your subject you probably don’t have a successful print for competition.

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