Tuesday, December 7, 2010
8:00pm – 10:30pm
Sinema Old School
HAVE CAMERA WILL TRAVEL
Banker & Photographer & Ah Beng
http://www.walkeast.com/ (site under renovation, so navigate with care)
Eddie is one of those people who has the best of both worlds. A senior executive in a financial powerhouse, he always finds time and opportunities to make pictures on his official work trips. His full-time jobs have taken him to interesting places all over Asia, many of them not accessible to ‘ordinary people’. Eddie proves that one doesn’t have to be a professional to be professional.
Photojournalist, The Straits Times
Sent to cover the haze situation in Indonesia a few weeks ago, Kevin was checking in at the airport, on his way back to Singapore and he was thinking, “Mission accomplished, can’t wait for a nice shower.” Then, a call came from his boss, to inform him that he was to head for another disaster zone. Welcome to the real world.
Photographer & CNET Senior Writer
As a writer for one for the leading technology websites, Leonard tracks innovations and observes how photographers embrace new things and incorporate them into their workflow. In this presentation, the co-founder of Platform looks at how Internet have changed the ways photographers work, and 10 technologies that will reshape how photographers will work in the future.
THE INVISIBLE PH T GRAPHER ASIA
Kevin WY (Ox) Lee
Photographer & Founder of The Invisible Ph t grapher Asia
The Invisible Ph t grapher Asia has only been around for a few months but it has generated a lot of interest in the community, and has become a must-read for everyone interested in street photography and serious documentary work. For a while, some of us made it our personal mission to find out who’s behind it. Now that we know it was founded by Ox Lee, we are eager to know who is he, and what he stands for.