Singapore Eco Film Festival | photography exhibition @SGEFF!
The Singapore Eco Film Festival (#SGEFF) is a celebration bringing together all the environmental organisations in Singapore, to ignite a public passion for protecting our environment in Singapore & Beyond!
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photography exhibition @SGEFF!

08 Nov photography exhibition @SGEFF!

By the recommendation of Vincent Liew, Honorary Secretary of PSS, he had introduced to us 2 professional photographers – Leif Alveen and Danny Wong. Their photographs will be featured at SGEFF’s photography exhibition, along with photographs contributed by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) and Nature Photographic Society Singapore (NPSS). Read more information about our photography partners here!


Leif Alveen
EPSA, EFIAP/b, ASDF
Denmark

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Leif is a Northern European (Danish) photographer with a lifelong interest in taking pictures. After a lengthy break from photography, he got back into it around 10 years ago, and since 2010 he has been a regular participant in international photo competitions, resulting in more than 200 awards around the globe and exhibited pictures in 70 countries.
He has no set style – it is more a case of going where the image takes him. The subject decides the treatment the picture gets, from very naturalistic to heavily photoshopped. Subjects range just as wide with a tendency towards travel images and semi-long to long exposures.

 


 

Danny Wong
MPSA, MICS, MSAP, FICS, FPSM, EUSPA, AWIEP, ARPS, AICS, AUSPA, ASWAN, APSM, ASPM, EFMPA, SE.PSBP, EP.PSBP, UPI CR4, EPSA, PPSA, PSA Galaxy 4 (PID-C), PSA Galaxy 1 (PTD), Galaxy 1 (PID-M), 5*(ND), 5*(PJD), HON.FSWAN, HON.FICS, HON.FSAP, HON.PESGSPC, HON.FUPHK, HON.PSPJ
Malaysia

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Taking good photographs from a scenic spot sometimes won’t be easy, but to create great photographs from a dump site would definitely a challenge. Danny Wong from Malaysia, an international photographer has done it magically. A series of outstanding pictures that captured at the dump site situated outskirt of Cambodia has brought him to the fame of hall in international salon of photography, and begged him numerous of gold medals and international awards from various country inclusive a gorgeous gold medal of the world largest photographic completion – Trierenberg Super Mega Circuits 2014 and 2016.

These photographs captured at the dump site where full of smoky and dusty air at all times. Patient and great observation needed to document the true lifestyle of the peoples who leave within the landfill with artistic skill of photography. An image tells a thousand words, a story and the emotion of the scavengers are brought out and presented to the world through his eyes of photography. A series of photographs taken in Bangladesh during Ijtema, had made him on the top in many photographic competition and exhibition worldwide. Photographs captured in Vietnam also put him on the stage of Siena International Photo Award as the Winner in Open category.

Since 2012, Danny has begged more than 600 international awards worldwide.
Danny uses to take up international assignment and frequently organize international photography trip and to lead photographers to explore exotic places such as Kenya, Ethiopia, Vietnam, China and more around the world. His multi talent of photography has made him awarded many photographic distinction and Star Rated photographer such as Master of PSA (Photographic Society of America), Galaxy 4 in Projected Image Color Division (PID-C), Galaxy 1 in Photo Travel Division (PTD), Galaxy 1 in Projected Image Monochrome, 5 Star in Photojournalism Division (PJD) and 5 Star in Nature Division (ND).

Many of his works had been exhibited worldwide and as invited guest speaker, judge for many photographic clubs in the nation and various country. His great passion in photography has always made him “Never Stop Explore the World”.

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