Posts Tagged ‘Photo Exhibition’


World Press Photo 2011

World Press Photo 2011

What first started out as a national competition became an international annual event when members of the Dutch photojournalists’ union came up with the idea back in 1955. Ever since that first competition, the people at Nederlandse Vereniging van Fotojournalisten (NVF) have always displayed the winning pictures in an exhibition. At first there were only over 300 photographs sent in by 42 photographers from 11 countries that were submitted for the competition. Over the years, these numbers have increased tremendously, as evident with the record number of images received for the competition in 2011 – a whopping 108, 059 images taken by 5,691 photographers from 125 countries including Malaysia.

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Human-Shadow-Movement Photography Exhibition

Human-Shadow-Movement Photography Exhibition

A shadow is described as an area where direct light from a light source cannot reach because of an obstruction by an object. The manipulation of shadows for entertainment purposes have always intrigued mankind, which in time have brought life to things like shadow play and shadow puppets. Photographers too find capturing shadows or including shadows in their pictures interesting, as it requires a certain set of skills to use the available lighting to portray the photographer’s message effectively.

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Silent Cry Photo Exhibition

Silent Cry Photo Exhibition

A picture says a thousand words as the saying goes. And probably that is why photography is an art form that many find very intriguing and easy to understand. Each photograph represents a moment in time captured and preserved for eternity. This September, klpac brings to the public a photography exhibition by Amir Naser Dabaghian, a photographer, editor and director based in Kuala Lumpur.

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P. Ramlee Photographic Exhibition

P. Ramlee Photographic Exhibition

He is one of the most iconic Malay film stars ever in Malaysia, Singapore and Sumatra. Many of his shows are all-time favourites of people of all ages no matter what background they come from. This multi-talented actor can not only take on all sorts of roles as and when required, he also possesses a rich baritone voice which never fails to melt the hearts of many women. This person is the late Tan Sri Datuk Amar Dr. P. Ramlee.
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Kasay Nyonya Melaka – Photography Exhibition

Kasay Nyonya Melaka – Photography Exhibition

One of the best things that was ever invented was the camera. Where once people only relied on their memory to capture some of their life’s best moments, now we have cameras which allow us to ‘freeze’ that moment in time, giving us the opportunity to relive it or share with others in the future. With the advent of technology, we now not only have the chance to capture these precious images, we are also granted the ability to manipulate and enhance these images via digital photography.

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Metaphorical Gardens

Metaphorical Gardens

With more and more high rise buildings and apartments being built to accommodate the ever-growing human population, it is a rare thing to see these buildings allocating a small garden space within each housing unit. In some ways, it may be considered impractical to do so, as the inhabitants may prefer to have more space incorporated into the built-up of the house rather than leave it unused. The sight of colourful flowers framing the borders of an apartment’s balcony or green creepers entwined around wooden frames may seem heavenly to some, but to others it could mean spending more of their already precious time maintaining these gardens.

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