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Norm Yip

THE NARCISSIST - a photography exhibition by Norm Yip

THE NARCISSIST A photography exhibition by Norm YipIn an unplanned and unexpected photography session, a series of erotic and seductive photographs were realized in the course of less than an hour. A mirror was used an unlikely prop, as it conjured up the creative energy in the youth I call ‘The Narcissist’. A selection of 12 finely crafted images was the result, to which I am glad to share with you at this private viewing in my Chai Wan studio.Limited Edition Prints and Collection:All artwork will be on sale as signed limited edition prints and as an entire collection.Opening Reception:Friday, 26 July 2013, 7 – 10pmPlease R.S.V.P at nwy@normyip.comor at https://www.facebook.com/events/1377105832512182/Space is very limited as my studio space is not large.The Narcissist will be present at the reception.Viewing Times:Saturday, 27 July, 12 – 6pmSunday, 28 July, 12 – 6pmSaturday, 3 August, 12 – 6pmSunday, 4 August, 12 – 6pmor by AppointmentStudio 8 HKRoom 809, 8/F, Block BHong Kong Chai Wan Industrial Building26 Lee Chung StreetChai Wan, Hong KongTel: +852 25406267Fax: +852 25424208Mob: +852 68388948http://facebook.com/normyiphttp://normyip.com

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beaux - the asian male magazine V1- VANITY ISSUE

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BEAUX Magazine - Volume 3 - The Self Indulgence Issue

Hi Everyone,  I just finished Volume 3 of BEAUX Magazine. ‘Self Indulgence’ issue featuring the photography of Timmothy Lee, Jeff Ip, Samson Poon, Victoria Del La Torres, Max To and Norm Yip. Andre Cooray interviews David LeChapelle on his new art. Go to http://beauxmagazine.com/index.php/2011/07/beaux-june-2011-volume-3-the-self-indulgence-issue/ and download on the image. (Can't link images here unfortunately.) The file is huge, so break for coffee while it downloads. If you truly, deeply like the issue and have any comments, please let me know. Our BEAUX facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Beaux-Magazine/134340796634096Note: BEAUX Magazine is all based on contributors and many photographers. Every 2 months I create BEAUX, aiming for the fashion, photography, and art community. If you are interested in submitting artwork, please contact me at norm@beauxmagazine.com. I would LOVE to hear from you. Ciao!ask

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BEAUX Magazine - Volume 2

Hi All, BEAUX magazine, Volume 2 went live just a few weeks ago and I'm just getting around to posting it here on Alivenotdead! It's an online fashion and lifestyle magazine for men and women. In it, I interview Edward Gunawan and Andri Cung, co-directors for their short film Payung Merah (Red Umbrella), which debuted at the Hong Kong Film Festival in March. We also have an exclusive interview with rapper extraodinaire MC Jin. Please download the magazine by going to this link: http://beauxmagazine.com/index.php/2011/05/march-2011-rejuvenation-volume-2/Hope you like it!Also visit the BEAUX website for what's happening around here in HK that is fashion, art and culture related: http://beauxmagazine.com 

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Shooting Sean Li...

Today, I had the opportunity to photograph Sean Li, one of the main actors from the movie Permanent Residence. The first hour or so was me just shooting headshots of him, something I had in mind when I first met him in person. Then later on I moved onto shooting more fashion-sexy images. It all turned out fine, but my strobe kept on misbehaving during the set. Nevertheless, I was happy get some good shots in. I'll show some of the image here once I get around to editing and post production. Thanks Sean for allowing me to shoot you. Let's try to do more at another time. I really enjoyed the session today. 

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Photojam! Sessions are here...

Here is new idea that I dreamed up one late night at my studio. It's Photojam!. I hope some of you guys and gals will take up on a session or two or more.

Here it is:

PHOTOJAM! fun freestyle photography workshop Photojam! is a fun photography session open to everyone who has a penchant for camera work. Every week aspiring photographers gather to practice their art, exchange tips and have a good time. Our studio gets the lighting, backdrops, groovy music and models all ready and set, so all you need to do is turn up with your camera! We alternate between male and female models every week, and take care of their makeup, hair and clothing. Come join us and shoot away!

To celebrate our first Photojam!, those who sign up for the October 14th session, will be given FREE entry. But remember, space is limited, so sign up fast to see if you are the lucky photographer!

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Opening Night FREE: Wednesday, October, 14th, 7:30 - 10:30pm (only a few spaces left, so please register soon)Regular Nights: Wednesdays, October 21th, 28th, November 4, 7:30 - 10:30pm

  Fee:      HKD $400/Session (includes a glass of wine)


  Register:     

Download the Form

  Skill Level:  Ideal for beginners and amateurs

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Location: Studio 8

  Room 802, Block B


  8/F Hong Kong (Chai Wan) Industrial Building


  26 Lee Chung Street


  Chai Wan, Hong Kong 

MAP

  (short 2 minute walk from Chai Wan Station, Exit C)


  T: 2540 6267  F: 2542 4208

Info: Norm Yip

  E:

info@normyip.com M: 68388948

www.normyip.com/photojam

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"Commercial photography from a fine-art point of view"

Last weekend I attended a free lecture at the Hasselblad Masters of Photography exhibition that was entitled "Commercial photography from a fine-art point of view". An extremely well-attended audience turned up, perhaps of about 150 or so. The speaker was a member of the HKIPP, a well respected association in Hong Kong known for it's scrutiny of members portfolios, but with a lenient requirement on educational background on the topic of photography. Commercial photography is it's primary aim in bringing members on board. The talk however was less than adequate and rather disappointing. The speaker pulled up images of Italian ceiling paintings and sculptures and spoke of the beauty thereof. Of course, these works would be considered art and then suddenly went into her showcase of commercial work, desperately trying to draw comparisons to her attention to detail of lighting. Her commercial work however, consisted of frozen fish adverts, jewelry and watches, and lighting fixtures and other knick-knacks. Simply because she photographed mostly with film (previously) in her images and that she didn't do photoshop doesn't make her work 'artistic'. Her only real concern was to make a image of a product, as to sell the product. Sure, I will agree that some commercial photography warrants being called artistic, but that was hardly the case from the presentation. Art must be conceived first from the idea that the work is a personal exploration of a feeling or concept that the individual needs to express. Emphasis on the 'personal'. This is where art is derived from. An art gallery is only a mediator to sell that which you have produced from your heart and soul.  

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THE FACE BY NORM YIP - 5 Week Photography Class & Workshop

THE FACEBY NORM YIPA relaxed 5-week portrait photography class. Learn what you need to know to shoot compelling studio portraits under the guidance of Norm Yip, known for his fine art images of the Asian male.

CLASS DATES

    Fridays: May 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19. 7 - 10pm

CLASS FEE

HK$2,500

HOW TO REGISTERDownload the following Registration Form

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT DEADLINE

     May 19th

WHAT IS COVERED

How to work with models and posing; communication, model-photographer relationship, various studio lighting and basic camera operation. Critiquing will become an important element in the class.

LANGUAGE

The class will be taught in English.

WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING

Yourself and your camera. Students attending this class ideally should have a general working knowledge of how their camera operates. The camera should allow for manual function and be a digital SLR. (Don't worry if you have only used Program or Auto mode).

CLASS SIZE

     Limited to 10 persons maximum.CONTACT:Norm at 25406267 or 68388948.......................

Studio 8

    Room 802, Block B


    8/F Hong Kong (Chai Wan) Industrial Building


    26 Lee Chung Street


    Chai Wan, Hong Kong


    T +852 25406267


   F +852 25424208


   E 

info@studio8hongkong.com

   W 

www.studio8hongkong.com

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THE NUDE BY NORM YIP - 4-Hour Photography Workshop

THE NUDEBY NORM YIPA 4-hour photography workshop on photographing the human nude, under the guidance of Norm Yip. learn about lighting, texture, form, line, abstraction, and more.

3 WORKSHOP DATES

    Saturdays, May 16, 23, 29; 2 - 6pm.

WORKSHOP FEE

HK$800/date

HOW TO REGISTERDownload the following Registration Form

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT DEADLINE

   Payment deadline is 3 days before the workshop date.

WHAT IS COVERED

Workshop-based, this is a freestyle way of shooting a nude model. Students are encouraged to experiment giving directions on how they want the model to pose. Through the session, Norm will be offering one to one guidance to you, the photographer.

LANGUAGE

English and Cantonese.

WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING

Yourself and your camera. Students attending this class ideally should have a general working knowledge of how their camera operates. The camera should allow for manual function and be a digital SLR. (Don't worry if you have only used Program or Auto mode).

CLASS SIZE

Limited to 10 persons maximum.CONTACT:  Norm at 25406267 or 68388948Studio 8

    Room 802, Block B


    8/F Hong Kong (Chai Wan) Industrial Building


    26 Lee Chung Street


    Chai Wan, Hong Kong


    T +852 25406267


   F +852 25424208


   E 

info@studio8hongkong.com

   W 

www.studio8hongkong.com

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S8 Magazine - Art & Photography magazine soon to be available (in Hong Kong)

S8 Magazine's Volume Zero issue will soon be available in Hong Kong. This edition will be available for free at specific locations (which will be announced very soon). Please also join the Facebook Page, which I have set up here as well at:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/S8-Magazine/37835005078?ref=ts

The magazine will be focused on art, photography and design at both the local international level. Size of publication is 300mm x 215mm, printed on fine woodfree matt paper. Designed in conjunction with Steffan Leyshon-Jones and with the support Open University of Hong Kong.

Many people were involved with the startup of this magazine and I hope that this will mark the beginning of something that will grow to be one of the best magazines in Asia.

Norm Yip

www.s8magazine.com

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Never in my dreams as a little child did I ever think I would come to live, work and play in Hong Kong. Born in Canada to Chinese parents, I moved here in 1994 ...Read more

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