Wednesday, July 14, 2004

Eye on Indonesia

Borobudur. Indonesia. Copyright lingo 1992
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There is a little story to this image. Back in 1991 as I was trying to eke out a living as a photographer on the Island of Bali, I was struck with an idea. What became of that idea was turned into a little cottage industry project, but thats another story.

In this image, I was trying to summarize the magic of indonesia, and showcase the necklaces from the cottage industry project. Through hours of experimentation, before DIGITAL photography tools were available, this image seemed to capture
the spirit of indonesia. The Stupa at Borobudur.

Umaid Bhawan Steps : A traveler

Mr Weinlet : Mock Cover Design
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This image was a simple shot with f22 on a 28mm canon lens shot on Kodachrome 64 at a low shutter speed. I like the kodachrome, it gives you a good deal of warmth and slide film rarely lies ! The rest of the graphics were in in photoshop. These days photographers have to keep track of the technology too, which seems to evolve faster than the train from Tokyo to Osaka !

Aman Nusa. Bali Copyright Lingo 1991
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New Years Eve 2004 Mengarah Fort : Rajasthan
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Travel Lingo in Jodphur December 2003
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India Jodphur Tents
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The Travel Photo Journal : Lingo's Photo Essays

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Friday, January 30, 2004

Teo Keng Beng : Exhibition : Singapore Mt Emily

TRIBUTE TO the Inspirator

Tribute To Teo Keng Beng
I have been inspired by the works of Mr Teo Keng Beng sionce the age of 14. It all began on a Vessel called the Lumba Lumba in 1988. After the first virgin escapade to
the Flores Sea, and a 7 day journey through Coral Triangle, Indonesia, he took me under his wing.
For the next 3 years, The Guru taught me darkroom techniques, printing, studio, placement, lighting balance, portraitures, framing...... it all began with the Nikon F3 and a special 20mm F2.8-f22 wide angel lens. the kind of lens only the Pros from National Geographic and pros Journalists used. It all began in the hands of a 14 year old.

Tuesday, September 02, 2003

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Monday, September 01, 2003

SPAR: Photography Reps'

Sunday, February 02, 2003

Travelers Tales & Photo Essays by Ong Ling Ling

Welcome to my photo gallery.

All the images you see on this page have been photographed by me. I first held a nikon F3 at the age of 13 when my uncle, the photographic guru, first placed it in my little hands. The feel of the equipment made this 13 year old feel all big and responsible. But what came after was even better. Days in the darkroom, hours spent learning how to work in pitch darkness certainly helped overcoming that singular childhood fear of the dark. The passion for creating images began to blossom with that first glimpse of an image coming to life under the murky lights amidst toxic photo chemicals.

Someone once asked me, why do you carry all that stuff ( cameras n stuff = 5-10 kil0s ) everywhere you go ? Well, we only live once, and some moments are too precious to miss. How else does one explain or share the magic of witnessing, A condor in flight along the cliffs of the Peruvian canyons, or the beauty of an old womans' smile in the humdrum of a riotous and congested city in Thailand. Perhaps its a little cliched to say that the world offers so many Kodak moments, but you'd know what I mean if you were there in person. I hope you enjoy the images in this gallery.


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