SAP Media Worldwide Ltd. publishes monthly magazine for Indian Photography Industry
 
 

Past Issue : November 2008

 

In this Issue

Pro-Profile: Aram Pan
Pro Profile: A dance with destiny
Review: Canon EOS 1000D
Tips & Techs: Picture Perfect Portrait
Tips & Techs: Chasing sunsets
Tips & Techs: Fishy Photography
 
 
 
 
 

Pro-Profile: Aram Pan

Launched on February 20, 2008, the Singapore VR (Virtual Reality) website (www.SingaporeVR.com) was conceived and produced by Singapore photographer, Aram Pan. Pan regularly visits various places in Singapore to create VR "bubbles" of interesting places, peoples or events. Pan runs an import and distribution company (www.pluslife.com.sg) but hosts the SingaporeVR website as a pastime…

 
 
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Pro Profile: A dance with destiny

Tan Ngiap Heng is an award winning portrait photographer with a personal interest in dance photography and the man behind the book, "Dance Me Through the Dark". He has been an official photographer of the Singapore Dance Theatre and is inspired by pictures that go beyond their literal documentation of what a person looks like. He wants to show something about the condition of the person or what is inside the person and aspires to find more about what has been to be a human through his photography…

 
 
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Review: Canon EOS 1000D

The Canon EOS 1000D DSLR is the new entry-level model designed to introduce beginners to photography and compact users looking to graduate into the DSLR category. The Canon 1000D is the company's attempt at making digital SLR photography lighter and more affordable. Read on to find out how the Canon fared at the review…

 
 
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Tips & Techs: Picture Perfect Portrait

Over the years, cameras have become a part of our lives. For a photographer, a camera travels with him everywhere. The lucky souls like you and I, who discover they have a craze for photography, quickly find it to be magically fascinating in every way. No matter how many images you take, they are never enough. There is always the need to shoot more and do better. Our planet is overpopulated with one particular species - humans. Hence it is no surprise that portraits are one of the favourite sub-genres among all photographers. Anyone can point a camera at someone's face and take a picture. But what does it take to shoot a striking portrait?...

 
 
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Tips & Techs: Chasing sunsets

Do you remember an evening when the entire sky lights up in colours of orange or pink during sunset time? The experience is akin to watching the world through a colour filter. The phenomenon lasts around 30 minutes and seems to occur three or four times during the entire monsoon season. When I encountered this phenomenon, I quickly grabbed my camera and rushed upstairs to the building terrace. Unfortunately I could only catch fleeting moments as the sky darkened. My inability to capture the magnificent sky stemmed from the unfortunate consequence of living in the concrete jungle...

 
 
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Tips & Techs: Fishy Photography

Living in an urban environment that is extraordinarily pacy, makes it impossible for an individual to be in touch with nature. This often leads to weekend getaways for relaxation. But many photographers do not envision that other extraordinary things like aquariums can replace the lack of nature in our surroundings. Not only do aquariums keep an individual close to nature, but also help the person to relax their mind and body after a long day's work. Some also feel that it brings in good fortune. Whether you have an aquarium or not, shooting aquariums can be fun as well as tricky. Tricky because of the movements inside the aquarium including the high intensity light required for capturing the images…

 
 
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