The biennial festival illustrates the exploration of modern human movements and perceptions against current societal constraints.
The poignant image has been named one of the defining images of lockdown, by a panel, including the Duchess of Cambridge.
The flowery, bright clothes and prints on prints outfits that are a common sighting caught Rachel Loh and Bella Bray’s attention, and the duo launched Grey is the New Black: Unseen Singapore.
Regularly sharing photos to his 5.8 million followers on Facebook, American actor, filmmaker Joseph Gordon-Levitt shared a Singaporean in the rain picture on Sunday (2 August) and asked his followers to write a story based on the photo, amassing over 900 comments within a day.
Shian’s latest project initially started as a simple idea to showcase local artists in their working space, which could be at home or a professional studio. “I wanted people to know that you didn't necessarily need a professional space to make art, it can come from any place and space.”
The winners of the 2020 iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) were revealed on the platform https://www.ippawards.com, and the Grand Prize Winner and Photographer of the Year Award goes to street photographer Dimpy Bhalotia of the United Kingdom for her image Flying Boys.
Body language expert Judi James says Kate is coming into her own especially in her relaxed interviews.
A series of sweet images has been compiled as part of a worldwide contest to find the “50 happiest photos of the year”.The competition, called #Happiness2020, was launched by free-to-use photography app Agora, and received more than 16,750 entries from professional and amateur photographers around the world.The top 50 photographs showcase talent from 19 different countries across five continents: from Myanmar, Nepal, and Egypt, to Australia, UK, France and Spain.READ MORE: Wedding photographer calls out guest for ruining 'once in a lifetime moment'Users of the Agora Images app are now invited to vote for their favourite of the 50 finalists, to help the judges decide, with the winner to be revealed on 2 January 2020.The joy-rendering images range from a 95-year-old couple photographed in a village in Vietnam to a woman befriending an elephant in Myanmar.Another photograph is of women chatting and joking while they do their daily work at a rice plantation, and a pair of children playing together in Papua, Indonesia.Click through the gallery below to see some of the photographs that made the shortlist.
The last few months have seen changes aplenty with the social media platform favoured by influencers around the world. Suddenly the ability for people to see how many likes an Instagram post has had, has disappeared - first in Australia, Brazil and Canada - but now likes have been hidden in America too, and very soon in Singapore. Well, the whole point of hiding likes on posts is supposed to help people feel better about themselves according to Instagram’s management.
These photos of adorable pooches were snapped at just the right moment — leading to some truly unusual images. Some of the pups are sticking out their tongue, while others are just looking at the camera — and the results are hilarious.
"Please more than anything take my story and let it raise awareness of the dangers of accepting risky shoots"
While photos of #OOTD, #FoodPorn and makeup transformations continue to flood our Instagram feeds. Enter #nudeart and you'll discover another side to Instagram where you’ll find public photos of young women, some of which are Singaporean, posing partially nude or implied nude.
Your animals are there for you when humans aren't. They're obedient, patient, and sometimes athletic – basically the ideal yoga partners. We've compiled a list of some of the best (and cutest!) workout buddies that will help you get the most out of your practice.From Dr. Oz The Good Life
Angela Nikolau’s Instagram bio simply states “No limit, no control” and that could not be more true.The Moscow-based dare devil and adrenaline junkie has a bit of a thing for heights. Photographing herself vicariously dangling off the side of skyscrapers and practising yoga positions at dizzying heights, your hands will get a bit clammy just looking at these pictures….However, there’s no doubt that these images are beautiful - enchanting even. If you can get over the stomach-churning, light-headed feeling you get just looking at them.
From luxurious hotel rooms and HDB estates to grassy banks by the waterfront, here’s a list of where to go for the best views of the fireworks on National Day. The fireworks display of course, are a perennial favourite. Just head to the nearby riverside locations early on to secure a good viewing spot, before the fireworks kick off shortly after 8pm.
Photo: Burberry “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” That’s the sentiment that’s been echoing around social media since Friday, when Brooklyn Beckham—the 16-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham—announced that he’d be shooting the new campaign for Burberry’s ‘This Is Brit’ fragrance. It’s madness, you’d have to be working for a decade to achieve that.
Training for the chance to become a professional ballet dancer can take up to 10 years and 15 lessons per week, but somehow dancers make pirouettes and grand jetés on the stage look effortless, as if they all leapt out of the womb in leotards and pointe shoes. London-based photographer Rick Guest spent the past three years digging beyond the performance, photographing over a dozen top dancers like Tamara Rojo, artistic director of the English National Ballet, and Zenaida Yanowsky, principal of The Royal Ballet. The photographs, compiled in Guest’s second book, What Lies Beneath, will be on exhibit to the public from January 22 to January 31 at The Hospital Club in London. Unlike most professional photographs of ballet dancers, these individuals are shot in their daily practice gear — including worn-away leggings and cardigans — that serve more symbolic than functional purposes.“When I first started photographing ballet dancers, it was very much the journal of a love affair,” Guest tells Yahoo Beauty. “Not only was I enthralled and beguiled by these amazing creatures, and their grace, poise, and physical prowess, but I wanted to communicate the joy that it was to be standing mere feet from them.” While ballet is well known for creating an illusion of effortless movement — dainty pointe shoes hiding callouses and broken toenails — Guest decided to “peak behind the curtain” to reveal how much physical and mental exertion goes into becoming a top dancer. “I think it does a great disservice to the dancers not to know what they go through to achieve this effortless appearance, and only lends a more profound appreciation of their art,” he explains. “It’s a little like the old line about the fact that Ginger Rogers could do everything Fred Astaire could, but backwards and in high heels!”While American Ballet Theatre principal Misty Copeland is becoming well known in the United States, many talented ballet dancers at top companies are still anonymous to the general public. The backstage life of an elite ballet dancer, after all, isn’t as glamorous as it appears on-stage, from low wages to physical pain to long hours of practice that turn into late night performances. “It would be my hope that by projecting their art through a different prism, people who wouldn’t usually go to the ballet might be drawn in and cast under its spell,” Guest says. Take a sneak peak at some of the photos from the book and exhibition — with commentary from the photographer himself.Related:How Cuba Produces Some of the Best Ballet Dancers in the WorldMisty Copeland Named First Black Principal Ballerina at American Ballet TheatreMisty Copeland on Becoming One of the First Black Ballerinas to Dance ‘Swan Lake’