#829. Wabi-Sabi or… “L’Oeuvre du Temps”

#829. Wabi-Sabi or… “L’Oeuvre du Temps”

This is a guest post by Pascal Ravach whose photos of weathered walls struck me when he sent them over for the Wabi-Sabi challenge. What I found fascinating was that much of what you will see below has been copied by contemporary artists but here, gets done autmatically by the

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#723. Travel and Street Photography in Bangkok: Get Lost!

#723. Travel and Street Photography in Bangkok: Get Lost!

This article is the third and final in a series discussing different aspects of street photography in Asian cities.  Previous articles covered the importance of manners and how you approach people in Kuala Lumpur, and my preference for short tele focal lengths in Phnom Penh.  This article from Bangkok discusses

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#699. Travel and Street Photography in Kuala Lumpur: be polite

#699. Travel and Street Photography in Kuala Lumpur: be polite

Regular readers of Dear Susan may have seen previous articles I’ve written about Singapore and Penang, and finding inspiration in some of Singapore’s modern architecture. I’ve travelled in South East Asia for over a decade, and particularly enjoy visiting Asian cities for their culture clash of western modernity, Asian street

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#580. Singapore and Penang with Sony’s E-mount

#580. Singapore and Penang with Sony’s E-mount

Readers rejoice, as here is a second great article on photography in Asia by Adrian Turner. If you’ve missed it, you can read his well-received Travel Portraits article here. And now, here is part 2, sent in echo to a similar post featured here a year ago. Lovely photographs and

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  • #574. Travel portraits in Asia
  • #574. Travel portraits in Asia
  • #574. Travel portraits in Asia
  • #574. Travel portraits in Asia

#574. Travel portraits in Asia

This new guest post is from frequent comment contributor Adrian who is sharing some interesting insights on how a vision evolves in time. The underlying topics of thinking about projects and specialisation are particularly noteworthy. Thanks Adrian. Quick bio below : I have been a keen amateur photographer for over

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  • #358. The making of InSight: Singapore

#358. The making of InSight: Singapore

Almost anyone – whether they have been there or not – will tell you that the only reason to visit Singapore is to change planes, and/or shop.     Well no. At least not in this house.   Our first visit was in 2005 and again almost every year since.

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