With two decades of experience as a professional photographer, Benny Ang specialises in people photography for weddings, corporate & portraiture assignments. He sees photography as an extension of his vision - his interpretation of the world.
Benny’s ethos to people photography is to express his subjects with authenticity, and to use his craft to bring out the best in his subjects with realism and relevance. He works with his subjects to bring forth their self-confidence, while he captures them at their authentic best.
“I spend time connecting with my subject to understand their personality and conceptualise the shoot. Photography is about creating a portrait of my subject looking great – not a photo of a good-looking person bearing little resemblance to my subject. Authenticity has always been a key tenet in my works and will always be.”
In today’s world of fast changing trends, Benny stays steadfast to his ethos. He believes that adaptability is important, and that we should seek a fine balance between authenticity and relevance. Even while embracing technology and advancements, one’s works should always bear the signature, consistency, and vision of its creator.
Ivan Joshua Loh
Ivan Joshua Loh, A Fujifilm X-photographer. He is known for his quirky and different approach through his lens. A commercial photographer base in Singapore
“I have always love photographing people. They certainly are the most fun, challenging, unpredictable, occasionally scary and rewarding to photograph."
Ivan is the founder of FujiFanBoys. (IG @FujiFanBoys) With this platform he weaves the Fujifilm community through workshops and photowalks. He also organizes FujiFanBoys Best of Show. 2022 celebrates their 4th year running with more than 10,000 submissions globally.
The winner’s photo will be exhibited in 7 cities across the world. Thus, making this the biggest international photo competition for Fujifilm community.
Ivan Loh may be a X-Photographer, if we take a few steps back and look at him; he is a FujiFanBoys at heart.
Mindy Tan is a Singapore-born documentary photographer whose emotive work revolves around the lives of everyday people.
She began her career as a newspaper journalist for breaking news, migrant labour and community issues, and won the Society of Publishers Asia Award for Excellence in Human Rights Reporting. In 2008, she switched roles to become a documentary photographer.
Today, using a journalistic approach, her photography assignments vary from lifestyle to sports, having covered like the Beijing Paralympics 2008, the Singapore F1 GP, and WTA Championships.
International editorial clients include National Geographic, Bloomberg and Die Zeit.
Commercial clients include Singapore Tourism Board, McDonalds, Nike, Microsoft, Uniqlo, and Samsung.
As a Fujifilm ambassador, Mindy’s has been involved giving photography workshops and talks in Singapore, Japan and Germany.
In 2019, she worked with Fujifilm to write and narrate the 90-min documentary film, "Camera Punk”. She was hand-picked among 500 global ambassadors undertake the global project, filming in 9 countries that year.
She also produced and hosted the YouTube series, “FujiGirl”.