MSW interviews Rich Matheson, a cultural and editorial photographer in Taiwan who has been featured in publications such as CNN Traveler and Taiwan Fun.
The images that you see here today were contributed by an online community of photographers called Taiwan Photographers. We look forward to bringing you more images from Taiwan in the coming months.
MSW interviews Taichung-based photographer Kyle Merriman, author of Brand Knew Me.
Matt Gibson came to Taiwan intending to write professionally and he ended up carving a niche for himself with an online and print publication called Xpat Magazine. Read on for more…
I could give you a long introduction to why I love Garret’s work, but I won’t. His imagery speaks for itself. Talented? Yes. Ambitious? Incredibly! Tapped into some universal life force that has him constantly churning out creative work after creative work? Without a doubt. Garret is probably one of the most diverse photographers I’ve ever met. He’s tried EVERYTHING. So, after you’ve finished with the interview…
I have a tremendous amount of respect for individuals who get out there and cross boundaries, who aren’t afraid to dive in and explore the world, who showcase the beauty and diversity that can be found in everyday life. Steven Vigar is one such individual. He holds one of the largest fan bases in Taiwan for commercial photography, and for good reason. His passion and joy for his chosen professional can’t really be expressed in words, although we are going to give it a good try here today on MSW.
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Last weekend, I participated in Scott Kelby’s 2nd Annual Worldwide Photowalk. This year’s photowalk doubled in size and became the biggest photowalk in the history of photography with over 36,000 participants. In total, over 900 photowalks took place on July 18th in over 400 cities worldwide. Last year’s photowalk drew over 12,400 photographers from 47 […]
Taiwan Photographers is one year old this month and we’re celebrating with some changes! The first and biggest is our move from Blogger to WordPress. I started out with Blogger last year because I wanted to compare how the two platforms work. But after a year and a lackluster performance on my part with Blogger, […]