1.26°N 103.8°E - The Port That Never Sleeps Photo Exhibition


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Photographer Jonathan Yeap collaborated with PSA Singapore Terminals for his first solo photography exhibition titled “1.26°N 103.8°E – The Port That Never Sleeps”. The exhibition will be held at the VivoCity South Avenue, Level 1, from 27 October 2008 till 9 November 2008. It will showcase 28 photographs, which capture the industrial beauty and pulsating dynamism of the Port of Singapore in a different light.

For the past 4 months, Jonathan captured images at Brani, Keppel, Tanjong Pagar and Pasir Panjang Terminals. The photographs encapsulate the vibrancy of these terminals from dawn to dusk. Viewers can therefore have a glimpse of what goes on in a day of the world’s largest transhipment hub.

On the opportunity to work closely with PSA Singapore Terminals for his solo exhibition, Jonathan said, “The Port of Singapore has always been a key economic pillar of our country. Today, it is the world’s busiest port and largest transhipment hub. It is a visual treat and a privilege to be able to photograph PSA.”

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Thank you all for the support!

Best Regards,
Jonathan Yeap
 

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Congratz! I'll go there this weekend :D
 

ricsal

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Congrats. I havent seen yet. Saw your exhibition event in Photovideo (^__^)
 

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Hey! Congrats once again! Thanks for the invite!!
 

rizal477

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ah!

i'll go there tomorrow after class..!!
 

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Bro... your pictures are the best of the best..... some of the pictures are juz like model buildings and models cars..... totally awsome dude.......... All the best............ ;)
 

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nice pics.. was looking at some of the pics that were "looking-like-toy" (how to do that??)

it must be tiring job climbing those giants to take the shots...
 

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those "toy-like" effect is taken using the PC-E Micro NIKKOR 85mm f/2.8D..

For those whom not seen this exhibition yet, you got till this weekend to do so.. please don't miss it.. ;)
 

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Hey guys!

Wow... Thanks for all the kind words!!

Just got back from the FLOODING HANOI... Haha... Nv expected it to rain but somehow it provided many wonderful photo opportunities... :D Sorry for this late reply!

Thank you all who have visited the exhibition and the great support shown. I am deeply touched and honoured.

Best Wishes,
Jon
 

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Saw your pics. Very beautifully taken.
Looking forward for more of your work.
 

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Thanks guys!

Tomolo is the last day!!! :D

Yay...

Cheers!
Jon
Don't have time to go down.. :( Will you be putting up the images online somewhere?
 

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