Posts Tagged ‘photography’
Time stands still in Sammy Photo Studio in Yau Ma Tei, where photographer Lam Kwok-shing has spent decades capturing precious family moments on film for generations of customers.
From schoolchildren to celebrities to presidents, anyone with a smartphone can and does take selfies these days. Some people go to extreme lengths and exotic locations, such as from high altitude and even space, to make their selfies more creative and unique. Varsity looks at selfie culture and the different reasons people have to snap their own images.
Take offbeat and crazy photos that will trick people’s eyes at the city’s first 3D museum.
In an age where media consumers are also media producers, Scoopshot is a mobile app that allows amateur photographers to share their smartphone photos with the world, and get paid for it. With this crowdsourcing platform, anyone can be a published photojournalist.
Photo enthusiasts create collaborative art across borders with film-swapping.
Experience Phocus! It’s the self-service studio for photo-enthusiasts from the selfies generation.
Smartphone cameras are no longer being used to just take snaps of kids and pets. They are being used by professional photographers and photojournalists to create news pictures and even art. Meet the Iphoneographers, the professionals and hobbyists who love the convenience, intimacy and immediacy of smartphone photos.