Jason Soon - Guest Judge
Glamour, Lighting and Style, that's how one could describe our next guest. We are lucky and happy to announce Jason Soon from Jason Soon Photography to be our special guest judge for the upcoming Street Photography Game on the 29th November at the Northbridge Piazza. He is an award winning professional photographer and kindly agreed to be a guest judge and showcase his portfolio at the Street Photography Game. So be sure to register for the game here: http://www.cloud9project
Ever wondered what life would be like as a professional photographer?
Cloud9Projects has special access to one of Australia’s best landscape photographers. He is very well recognized internationally and travelled across many continents including North and Central Americas, Europe, New Zealand, Australia and Asia, all the time taking photographs of course. Recently back from his trip in Bhutan, Adam Monk from Monk Art Photography, will share adventures about the peaceful, mountainous, devout, practical, kind lands of Bhutan. This special access
Snap up the challenge!
Musicians, alleyways and local haunts - nothing is safe from the camera in the Street Photography Game that will hit Fremantle later this month. Whether you are a professional photographer or someone who just loves to take photos of anything and everything on a mobile phone, there will be something for everyone with any kind of camera as part of a street photography game hitting Fremantle later this month. Created by Cloud9Projects, the street photography game has all players
What are some of the most important lessons you have learned from shooting on the streets?
Featured Photographer Series - Anderson Nai Sen Huang Street photography is an interesting community. The urban streets can provide many creative opportunities or description to everyone's work. Personally speaking, the most important thing street photography has taught me is how one can express something in a creative way. Image Caption: "China Town” Image Courtesy of Drifting Image In association with Street Photography Game #artist #featureartist #photographer
Do you see moments of your personality reflected in your work?
Featured Photographer Series - Anderson Nai Sen Huang Yes, I would definitely agree that my personality is reflected in my work. This photograph was captured during a period in my life of sadness. Image Caption: "Park Bench” Image Courtesy of Drifting Image In association with Street Photography Game #artist #featureartist #photographer
What equipment are you using now and with what did you get started?
Featured Photographer Series - Anderson Nai Sen Huang Nikon D80, tokina 12-24, Nikkor 55-200, My first SLR is Nikon FM2 Image Caption: "Friendship” Image Courtesy of Drifting Image In association with Street Photography Game #artist #featureartist #photographer
How would you describe your photography style?
Featured Photographer Series - Anderson Nai Sen Huang My photography style is to capture moments of derealization (unreal feelings) or happy feelings. I believe the difference between taking pictures and photography is impression. Photography always comes with some impression or idea that leaves a strong effect produced on the intellect, feelings or one’s conscience. Image Courtesy of Drifting Image In association with Street Photography Game #artist #featureartist #photograp
Over the course of this year, we will be featuring local photographers, musicians and artists, asking them questions, sharing their work and most importantly, providing a platform for the community to engage, create and socialise. If you would like to be a featured please get in contact and we can arrange for this to happen. Image Courtesy of Benedicte Guilhon (Taken at Northbridge Street Photography Game Spring 2013) #perth #featureartist #photographer #musician #artist