In conjunction with the upcoming photowalk, we’ll be conducting a photo competition entitled ‘Show me your Malaysia’. This competition is open to those who have signed up and attend the photowalk.

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Registration link: http://goo.gl/7tbci

We will announce the competition rules during the event.

This is your absolute most convenient chance to grab goodies from our sponsors

XUME Quick Release Adapters – http://www.xumeadapters.com/

SmugMug – http://www.smugmug.com/

RDT Prints – http://www.rdtprints.com/

Fujifilm Malaysia – http://www.fujifilm.com.my/

Posted on: 21 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
 

Registration is open!!! (& goodies from our sponsors for those who attend – early)

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Where: Batu Dam, Ulu Yam (Latitude: 3°16’28.01″N, Longitude: 101°41’28.00″E)

Register here: http://goo.gl/7tbci

 

Join Athena Carey (2012 IPA winner) and Sanjitpaal Singh (2012 IPA winner) for a photowalk as they discover the wonders of Malaysia’s Natural Heritage – strutting on their cameras and doing what they do best. This time around, they’re inviting you to experience photography with them. Furthermore, they will be giving away a couple of goodies.

Your inspiration here: www.athenacarey.com

Supported by:

XUME Quick Release Adapters – http://www.xumeadapters.com/

SmugMug – http://www.smugmug.com/

RDT Prints – http://www.rdtprints.com/

Fujifilm Malaysia – http://www.fujifilm.com.my/

Posted on: 18 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
 

Scoot your mouse and join us for the photowalk!

Registration details will be posted on Monday (18th March 2013)

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Join Athena Carey (2012 IPA winner) and Sanjitpaal Singh (2012 IPA winner) for a photowalk as they discover the wonders of Malaysia’s Natural Heritage – strutting on their cameras and doing what they do best. This time around, they’re inviting you to experience photography with them. Furthermore, they will be giving away a couple of goodies.

Your inspiration here: www.athenacarey.com

Supported by:

XUME Quick Release Adapters – http://www.xumeadapters.com/

SmugMug – http://www.smugmug.com/

RDT Prints – http://www.rdtprints.com/

Fujifilm Malaysia – http://www.fujifilm.com.my/

Posted on: 15 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
 

REGISTRATION OPENS SOON!

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Join Athena Carey (2012 IPA winner) and Sanjitpaal Singh (2012 IPA winner) for a photowalk as they discover the wonders of Malaysia’s Natural Heritage – strutting on their cameras and doing what they do best. This time around, they’re inviting you to experience photography with them. Furthermore, they will be giving away a couple of goodies.

Your inspiration here: www.athenacarey.com

Supported by:

XUME Quick Release Adapters – http://www.xumeadapters.com/

SmugMug – http://www.smugmug.com/

RDT Prints – http://www.rdtprints.com/

Posted on: 13 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
 

 

MEETING THE MINUTE… INTO A LARGER PICTURE

MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP: Featuring Sanjitpaal Singh and Amir Ridhwan

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THE BIGGER PICTURE ON SMALLER THINGS ~ Macro photography brings the smaller things in our surrounding into a larger picture. These often create outstanding images beguiling the minds and sooths the sights of many. For what the human eye may miss, the camera beholds.

Looking for your subjects in the forest leads to a path of many new discoveries. There are various types of flora and fauna in which, each possess the attributes and potential that never fail to challenge and astound creativity.

The forest is filled with various photo opportunities and your path to discovery begins here.

Insects, and spiders that inhabit the Earth can make some of the most fascinating and dramatic subjects. Their environment offers the photographer an unlimited amount of color, texture, and physic al architecture to explore.

Happening: macro photography workshop

When: 16th March 2013 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Where: Nature Education Centre (NEC) in the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM)

Register at: http://home.olympusimage.com.my/workshop.html

 

Sanjit’s Works: http://www.jitspics.deviantart.com/gallery/

Amir Ridhwan Works: malaysianspiders.blogspot.com

 

 

 

 

Posted on: 13 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
 

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Join Athena Carey (2012 IPA winner) and Sanjitpaal Singh (2012 IPA winner) for a photowalk as they discover the wonders of Malaysia’s Natural Heritage – strutting on their cameras and doing what they do best. This time around, they’re inviting you to experience photography with them. Furthermore, they will be giving away a couple of goodies.

Your inspiration here: www.athenacarey.com

Registration opens soon…

Posted on: 11 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
 

JOIN US FOR THE CLOSEST ENCOUNTER OF THE YEAR

Closer to understanding your gear, closer to nature, closer to unlocking your potential for better photos

MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP: Featuring Sanjitpaal Singh and Amir Ridhwan

 

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THE BIGGER PICTURE ON SMALLER THINGS ~ Macro photography brings the smaller things in our surrounding into a larger picture. These often create outstanding images beguiling the minds and soothes the sights of many. For what the human eye may miss, the camera beholds.

Looking for your subjects in the forest leads to a path of many new discoveries. There are various types of flora and fauna in which, each possess the attributes and potential that never fail to challenge and astound creativity.

The forest is filled with various photo opportunities and your path to discovery begins here.

Insects, and spiders that inhabit the Earth can make some of the most fascinating and dramatic subjects. Their environment offers the photographer an unlimited amount of color, texture, and physic al architecture to explore.

 

Happening: macro photography workshop

When: 16th March 2013 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Where: Nature Education Centre (NEC) in the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM)

Register at: http://home.olympusimage.com.my/workshop.html

Sanjit’s Works: http://www.jitspics.deviantart.com/gallery

Amir Ridhwan Works: malaysianspiders.blogspot.com

 

Posted on: 11 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
 

MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

Featuring Sanjitpaal Singh and Amir Ridhwan

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THE BIGGER PICTURE ON SMALLER THINGS ~ Macro photography brings the smaller things in our surrounding into a larger picture. These often create outstanding images beguiling the minds and soothes the sights of many. For what the human eye may miss, the camera beholds.

Looking for your subjects in the forest leads to a path of many new discoveries. There are various types of flora and fauna in which, each possess the attributes and potential that never fail to challenge and astound creativity.

The forest is filled with various photo opportunities and your path to discovery begins here.

Insects, and spiders that inhabit the Earth can make some of the most fascinating and dramatic subjects. Their environment offers the photographer an unlimited amount of color, texture, and physic al architecture to explore.

 

Happening: macro photography workshop

When: 16th March 2013 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Where: Nature Education Centre (NEC) in the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM)

Register at: http://home.olympusimage.com.my/workshop.html

 

Sanjit’s Works: http://www.jitspics.deviantart.com/gallery

Amir Ridhwan Works: malaysianspiders.blogspot.com

Posted on: 08 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
 

Much love – The World Through Our Eyes

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As photographers, at times we work on personal projects – this one concerning orphan kids in Malaysia to inspire them in photography and make the connection to their daily lives.

We’ve completed two successful outings and we’ve got two more to go for this year. we are proud to be part of this program and we seek further support. 

Check out The World Through Our Eyes FB page to view the kids works and news to come.

p/s: Thank you PetaPixel : )

Posted on: 07 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
 

MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

Featuring Sanjitpaal Singh and Amir Ridhwan

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THE BIGGER PICTURE ON SMALLER THINGS ~ Macro photography brings the smaller things in our surrounding into a larger picture. These often create outstanding images beguiling the minds and soothes the sights of many. For what the human eye may miss, the camera beholds.

Looking for your subjects in the forest leads to a path of many new discoveries. There are various types of flora and fauna in which, each possess the attributes and potential that never fail to challenge and astound creativity.

The forest is filled with various photo opportunities and your path to discovery begins here.

Insects, and spiders that inhabit the Earth can make some of the most fascinating and dramatic subjects. Their environment offers the photographer an unlimited amount of color, texture, and physic al architecture to explore.

 

Happening: macro photography workshop

When: 16th March 2013 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Where: Nature Education Centre (NEC) in the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM)

Register at: http://home.olympusimage.com.my/workshop.html

 

Sanjit’s Works: http://www.jitspics.deviantart.com/gallery

Amir Ridhwan Works: malaysianspiders.blogspot.com

Posted on: 06 Mar 2013 | 0 comments