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Husband and wife team Shirley HAN Ying and Chris Gelken created Ridealist in 2009 to produce short videos to showcase the efforts of grassroots non-profits, community groups and individuals who otherwise would not have ready access to professional media services.

Since then, we have produced more than 30 videos for NPOs in China, Hong Kong, Britain, Kenya and Uganda whose efforts are making a valuable and positive contribution to society. The productions were conducted on an entirely pro-bono, volunteer basis.

However, in order to continue this service, we also need to be sustainable. From mid-June 2013 Ridealist will re-establishing itself as a social enterprise, but with our focus still firmly set on the non-profit sector.

Our goal is to generate enough revenue through paid commissions, to continue our volunteer work for those groups who genuinely have no media budget.

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Scientists now tell us that long-term exposure even to low level air pollution may increase the risk of lung cancer, particularly adenocarcinoma. It is a pity then that the astronomically high property values in Hong Kong do not include breathable air. A few months after producing this video as part of a campaign to highlight the problem of urban pollution, the man in the mask (producer Chris Gelken) was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma.
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Scientists now tell us that long-term exposure even to low level air pollution may increase the risk of lung cancer, particularly adenocarcinoma. 

It is a pity then that the astronomically high property values in Hong Kong do not include breathable air.

A few months after producing this video as part of a campaign to highlight the problem of urban pollution, the man in the mask (producer Chris Gelken) was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma.
 
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Added: 67 weeks, 3 days
From: Ridealist
Views: 2782
 

Directed by Shirley Han Ying, this series of seven videos reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) 2012. In the final video, Rufina Wu and Stefan Canham explain how the combination of texts, photos and architectural drawings offer a unique perspective into Hong Kong's rooftop communities. Their project - 'Portraits from Above' - was selected as one of the seven finalists of the WMA 2012 and ultimately won the award jointly with another finalist.

Rufina Wu is an architect based in Vancouver, while Hamburg-based Stefan Canham has been working freelance on documentary photo and television projects. From December 2007 to February 2008, they were both artists-in-residence at Hong Kong’s Art and Culture Outreach, collaborating together on 'Portraits from Above'. The project won the 5th International Bauhaus Award 2008 and was published by Peperoni Books, Berlin, and MCCM Creations, Hong Kong. It has been exhibited in Asia, Europe, and North America.

Over the last decade, Hong Kong’s rapidly widening wealth gap has resulted in an economically unbalanced and socially unequal city. The high level of economic disparity outstrips that of other eminent world cities. Amidst great affluence, 18.1% of Hong Kong’s population lives at subsistence levels. Failure of policy leaves many struggling to achieve a living wage and to maintain their dignity.

The WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) for Photography is a non-profit project initiated to spark public awareness and to support interest in socially relevant issues of great importance to Hong Kong and its people. WMA’s mission is to stimulate discussion and to encourage the development of social responsibility in Hong Kong by employing the medium of PHOTOGRAPHY to explore these subjects. WMA’s theme for 2012 is Poverty. 

由Shirley Han Ying執導,本系列7個短片展示了「WYNG大師攝影獎2012」入圍攝影師作品背後的故事。在最後一個短片中,鄔南薰及斯特凡‧坎漢解釋如何結合文字、照片和建築繪圖,以獨特的視角來揭示香港天台屋社區的生活狀況。他們的攝影系列 「樓上風光」入圍2012年WYNG大師攝影奬(共有七名攝影師入圍),并最终与另外一组入围选手共同獲頒WYNG大師獎。

鄔南薰是一位常驻溫哥華的建筑师。斯特凡‧坎漢是一位常驻漢堡拍攝紀實照片和電視節目的自由工作者。由2007年12月至2008年2月,鄔南薰和斯特凡‧坎漢同时為香港藝鵠的駐場藝術工作者,两人合作「樓上風光」項目。此項目獲得2008年第五屆國際包浩斯獎,並結集成書,由柏林Peperoni及香港獨立出版社出版。作品曾於亞洲、歐洲、北美展覽。

過去十年,香港的貧富差距迅速擴大,貧者越貧,富者越富,社會越見不公平。反映貧富懸殊程度的堅尼系數屢創新高,更甚於其他已發展國家。香港是個富裕的社會,只可惜仍然有18.1%市民活在貧窮線下。政策的失誤,無法保障市民,賺取可維持基本生活的工資,有尊嚴地過活。

WYNG大師攝影獎是香港首個具份量的攝影獎,旨在以攝影項目,引發公眾對香港社會不同議題的關注。大師攝影獎每年設立不同主題,希望喚起公眾對社會現狀的關注,並促進討論。2012年首屆大師攝影獎的主題為「貧窮」。

Credits (製作人員):

Shirley Han Ying - Director/Producer, Second Camera, Video/Audio Editor (導演/製片、第二攝像師、視頻/音頻編輯) 
Chris Gelken - Associate Producer, Main Camera (副製片人、第一攝像師)
Music "Parting Of The Ways - 1" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". 音樂 "Parting Of The Ways - 1" 由Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com),在Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"條件下授權使用。
Special thanks to Rufina Wu and Stefan Canham. 特別鳴謝-鄔南薰及斯特凡‧坎漢

A Ridealist production in association with WYNG Foundation. 
本片由以上雙方共同制作。Coppyright © 2013 版權所有。
 http://www.ridealist.com
 http://www.wyngmastersaward.hk
 
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Added: 85 weeks, 6 days
From: Ridealist
Views: 3752
 

Directed by Shirley Han Ying, this series of seven videos reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) 2012. In the sixth video, Hong Kong photographer, Katherine Chan Sim-Kuen looks at the difficulties faced by the city's low-wage workers and calls for respect for this important and often ignored sector of the workforce. Her series - 'Cleaner's Life' - was selected as one of the seven finalists of the WMA 2012. 

Katherine Chan Sim-Kuen grew up in a poor family, and had a first-hand experience on how life is without money. Her works have been showcased in the United Kingdom, Japan, China and Hong Kong, and she has participated in several exhibitions and screenings worldwide. Her works are collected by the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts in Japan, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and several private collectors.

Over the last decade, Hong Kong’s rapidly widening wealth gap has resulted in an economically unbalanced and socially unequal city. The high level of economic disparity outstrips that of other eminent world cities. Amidst great affluence, 18.1% of Hong Kong’s population lives at subsistence levels. Failure of policy leaves many struggling to achieve a living wage and to maintain their dignity.

The WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) for Photography is a non-profit project initiated to spark public awareness and to support interest in socially relevant issues of great importance to Hong Kong and its people. WMA’s mission is to stimulate discussion and to encourage the development of social responsibility in Hong Kong by employing the medium of PHOTOGRAPHY to explore these subjects. WMA’s theme for 2012 is Poverty. 

由Shirley Han Ying執導,本系列7個短片展示了「WYNG大師攝影獎2012」入圍攝影師作品背後的故事。在第六個短片中,香港攝影師陳嬋娟讲述低收入工作群体的生活困境,呼吁对劳动工人应有的尊重。她的攝影系列 「清潔工」入圍2012年WYNG大師攝影奬(共有七名攝影師入圍)。

陳嬋娟自小在貧窮家庭成長的她深深體會到缺錢的日子是如何過。她的作品曾在英國、日本、中國及香港等地展出,也曾在国际上參加多个展覽及放映會。作品獲日本清里寫真美術館、香港文化博物館及私人收藏。

過去十年,香港的貧富差距迅速擴大,貧者越貧,富者越富,社會越見不公平。反映貧富懸殊程度的堅尼系數屢創新高,更甚於其他已發展國家。香港是個富裕的社會,只可惜仍然有18.1%市民活在貧窮線下。政策的失誤,無法保障市民,賺取可維持基本生活的工資,有尊嚴地過活。

WYNG大師攝影獎是香港首個具份量的攝影獎,旨在以攝影項目,引發公眾對香港社會不同議題的關注。大師攝影獎每年設立不同主題,希望喚起公眾對社會現狀的關注,並促進討論。2012年首屆大師攝影獎的主題為「貧窮」。

Credits (製作人員):

Shirley Han Ying - Director/Producer, Main Camera, Video/Audio Editor (導演/製片、第一攝像師、視頻/音頻編輯) 
Chris Gelken - Associate Producer, Second Camera (副製片人、第二攝像師)
Music "Meditation Impromptu 03" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". 音樂 "Meditation Impromptu 03" 由Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com),在Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"條件下授權使用。
Special thanks to Katherine Chan Sim-Kuen. 特別鳴謝-陳嬋娟

A Ridealist production in association with WYNG Foundation. 
本片由以上雙方共同制作。Coppyright © 2013 版權所有。
  http://www.ridealist.com
  http://www.wyngmastersaward.hk
 
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Added: 86 weeks, 1 day
From: Ridealist
Views: 2966
 

Directed by Shirley Han Ying, this series of seven videos reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) 2012. In the fifth video, Singaporean photographer, Wei Leng Tay talks about the changing district of North Point illustrated through the lives of local inhabitants. Her series - 'North Point' - was selected as one of the seven finalists of the WMA 2012. 

Wei Leng Tay's approach examines how people’s relationships, priorities, and ways of life are shaped by the socio-political landscape of the places they live in. She has held exhibitions in Japan, Indonesia, Singapore and Bangkok. Her work is collected by museums such as the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, Japan, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum.

Over the last decade, Hong Kong’s rapidly widening wealth gap has resulted in an economically unbalanced and socially unequal city. The high level of economic disparity outstrips that of other eminent world cities. Amidst great affluence, 18.1% of Hong Kong’s population lives at subsistence levels. Failure of policy leaves many struggling to achieve a living wage and to maintain their dignity.

The WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) for Photography is a non-profit project initiated to spark public awareness and to support interest in socially relevant issues of great importance to Hong Kong and its people. WMA’s mission is to stimulate discussion and to encourage the development of social responsibility in Hong Kong by employing the medium of PHOTOGRAPHY to explore these subjects. WMA’s theme for 2012 is Poverty. 

由Shirley Han Ying執導,本系列7個短片展示了「WYNG大師攝影獎2012」入圍攝影師作品背後的故事。在第五個短片中,新加坡攝影師鄭瑋玲通過社區居民的生活來講述北角地區的變遷。她的攝影系列 「北角」入圍2012年WYNG大師攝影奬(共有七名攝影師入圍)。

鄭瑋玲擅於探索在不同社會政治背景下,被攝對象的關係、生活考慮和方式的變化。她的作品曾於日本、印尼、新加坡和曼谷展出,亦被日本清里攝影藝術博物館、香港文化博物館和福岡市亞洲美術館收藏。

過去十年,香港的貧富差距迅速擴大,貧者越貧,富者越富,社會越見不公平。反映貧富懸殊程度的堅尼系數屢創新高,更甚於其他已發展國家。香港是個富裕的社會,只可惜仍然有18.1%市民活在貧窮線下。政策的失誤,無法保障市民,賺取可維持基本生活的工資,有尊嚴地過活。

WYNG大師攝影獎是香港首個具份量的攝影獎,旨在以攝影項目,引發公眾對香港社會不同議題的關注。大師攝影獎每年設立不同主題,希望喚起公眾對社會現狀的關注,並促進討論。2012年首屆大師攝影獎的主題為「貧窮」。

Credits (製作人員):

Shirley Han Ying - Director/Producer, Second Camera, Video/Audio Editor (導演/製片、第二攝像師、視頻/音頻編輯) 
Chris Gelken - Associate Producer, Main Camera (副製片人、第一攝像師)
Music "Dub Eastern" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". 音樂 "Friday Morning" 由Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com),在Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"條件下授權使用。
Special thanks to Wei Leng Tay & Magdelene. 特別鳴謝-鄭瑋玲 和 Magdelene

A Ridealist production in association with WYNG Foundation. 
本片由以上雙方共同制作。Coppyright © 2013 版權所有。
 http://www.ridealist.com
 http://www.wyngmastersaward.hk
 
03:57
Added: 86 weeks, 2 days
From: Ridealist
Views: 3176
 

Directed by Shirley Han Ying, this series of seven videos reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) 2012. In the fourth video, Hong Kong-based photojournalist, Ko Chung Ming shares his opinions on the issue of the city's housing crisis and who is to blame. His series - 'Cents' Mansion - was selected as one of the seven finalists of the WMA 2012, and ultimately won the award jointly with another finalist. 

Over the years, Ko Chung Ming has received a number of photojournalism awards, including 1st prize Hong Kong Press Photographers Association - Focus at the Frontline 2007, People category and 1st prize in the Focus at the Frontline 2002, Features category. 

Over the last decade, Hong Kong’s rapidly widening wealth gap has resulted in an economically unbalanced and socially unequal city. The high level of economic disparity outstrips that of other eminent world cities. Amidst great affluence, 18.1% of Hong Kong’s population lives at subsistence levels. Failure of policy leaves many struggling to achieve a living wage and to maintain their dignity.

The WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) for Photography is a non-profit project initiated to spark public awareness and to support interest in socially relevant issues of great importance to Hong Kong and its people. WMA’s mission is to stimulate discussion and to encourage the development of social responsibility in Hong Kong by employing the medium of PHOTOGRAPHY to explore these subjects. WMA’s theme for 2012 is Poverty. 

由Shirley Han Ying執導,本系列7個短片展示了「WYNG大師攝影獎2012」入圍攝影師作品背後的故事。在第四個短片中,香港攝影记者高仲明講述他對該城市住房危機的看法,坦述問題緣由。高仲明的攝影系列 -「毫」宅 - 入圍2012年WYNG大師攝影奬(共有七名攝影師入圍),并最终与另外一组入围选手共同獲頒WYNG大師獎。

數年來,高仲明曾獲多个獎項,包括:2007前線-焦點攝影比賽人物組冠軍、2002前線-焦點攝影比賽特寫組冠軍等。曾在2004年參與牛棚「圍講·維港」聯展。

過去十年,香港的貧富差距迅速擴大,貧者越貧,富者越富,社會越見不公平。反映貧富懸殊程度的堅尼系數屢創新高,更甚於其他已發展國家。香港是個富裕的社會,只可惜仍然有18.1%市民活在貧窮線下。政策的失誤,無法保障市民,賺取可維持基本生活的工資,有尊嚴地過活。

WYNG大師攝影獎是香港首個具份量的攝影獎,旨在以攝影項目,引發公眾對香港社會不同議題的關注。大師攝影獎每年設立不同主題,希望喚起公眾對社會現狀的關注,並促進討論。2012年首屆大師攝影獎的主題為「貧窮」。

Credits (製作人員):

Shirley Han Ying - Director/Producer, Second Camera, Video/Audio Editor (導演/製片、第二攝像師、視頻/音頻編輯) 
Chris Gelken - Associate Producer, Main Camera (副製片人、第一攝像師)
Music "Friday Morning" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". 音樂 "Friday Morning" 由Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com),在Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"條件下授權使用。
Special thanks to Ko Chung Ming. 特別鳴謝-高仲明

A Ridealist production in association with WYNG Foundation. 
本片由以上雙方共同制作。Coppyright © 2013 版權所有。
 http://www.ridealist.com
 http://www.wyngmastersaward.hk
 
03:42
Added: 86 weeks, 4 days
From: Ridealist
Views: 3690
 

Directed by Shirley Han Ying, this series of seven videos reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) 2012. In the third video, Singaporean photographer, Stefen Chow offers insights into his global photographic project 'The Poverty Line'. His series - 'The Poverty Line - Hong Kong' was selected as one of the seven finalists of the WMA 2012.
Stefen’s work has been recognized with awards by PDN, Billboard, International Photo Awards, Photographie de la Paris. He, himself, is one of the judges for the Tokyo-based Nikon Photo Contest. His clients include The Smithsonian, Time Magazine, Geo Germany, The Guardian, and various commercial enterprises.
Over the last decade, Hong Kong’s rapidly widening wealth gap has resulted in an economically unbalanced and socially unequal city. The high level of economic disparity outstrips that of other eminent world cities. Amidst great affluence, 18.1% of Hong Kong’s population lives at subsistence levels. Failure of policy leaves many struggling to achieve a living wage and to maintain their dignity.
The WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) for Photography is a non-profit project initiated to spark public awareness and to support interest in socially relevant issues of great importance to Hong Kong and its people. WMA’s mission is to stimulate discussion and to encourage the development of social responsibility in Hong Kong by employing the medium of PHOTOGRAPHY to explore these subjects. WMA’s theme for 2012 is Poverty.
由Shirley Han Ying執導,本系列7個短片展示了「WYNG大師攝影獎2012」入圍攝影師作品背後的故事。在第三個短片中,新加坡攝影師趙峰講述他對自己的國際攝影項目「貧窮線」的見解。趙峰的攝影系列「貧窮線 - 香港」入圍2012年WYNG大師攝影奬(共有七名攝影師入圍)。
趙峰曾經榮獲PDN, Billboard,國際攝影大獎(International Photo Awards), Photographie de la Paris 等攝影獎項,亦是在東京進行的尼康(Nikon)攝影比賽評判。他的客戶包括The Smithsonian,時代雜誌, Geo Germany,英國衛報以及其他商業客戶。
過去十年,香港的貧富差距迅速擴大,貧者越貧,富者越富,社會越見不公平。反映貧富懸殊程度的堅尼系數屢創新高,更甚於其他已發展國家。香港是個富裕的社會,只可惜仍然有18.1%市民活在貧窮線下。政策的失誤,無法保障市民,賺取可維持基本生活的工資,有尊嚴地過活。
WYNG大師攝影獎是香港首個具份量的攝影獎,旨在以攝影項目,引發公眾對香港社會不同議題的關注。大師攝影獎每年設立不同主題,希望喚起公眾對社會現狀的關注,並促進討論。2012年首屆大師攝影獎的主題為「貧窮」。
Credits (製作人員):
Shirley Han Ying - Director/Producer, Main Camera, Video/Audio Editor (導演/製片、第一攝像師、視頻/音頻編輯) 
Chris Gelken - Associate Producer, Second Camera (副製片人、第二攝像師)
Music "Meditation Impromptu 01" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". 音樂 "Meditation Impromptu 01" 由Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com),在Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"條件下授權使用。
Special thanks to Stefen Chow. 特別鳴謝-趙峰
A Ridealist production in association with WYNG Foundation. 
本片由以上雙方共同制作。Coppyright © 2013 版權所有。
ridealist.com
wyngmastersaward.hk
 
03:53
Added: 87 weeks, 1 day
From: Ridealist
Views: 2874
 

Directed by Shirley Han Ying, this series of seven videos reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) 2012. In the second video, Hong Kong-born photographer, Chan Wai Kwong talks about his views on poverty and inequality in Hong Kong's society. Chan's series of photos - 'Record' was selected as one of the seven finalists of the WMA 2012.
To date Chan has self-published seven photography books including ‘The Moment’, ‘Wanchai’, ‘Ah~’, ‘Pingyao’, ‘Tokyo 1’, ‘Ting Ting’ and ‘Tenderness of a 19 yr Girl’. He also held solo exhibitions titled 'Chan Wai Kwong Photo Exhibition' (2011) & ‘Tenderness of a 19 yr Girl’ (2012) in Hong Kong. He has also participated in group exhibitions in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Pingyao, China.
Over the last decade, Hong Kong’s rapidly widening wealth gap has resulted in an economically unbalanced and socially unequal city. The high level of economic disparity outstrips that of other eminent world cities. Amidst great affluence, 18.1% of Hong Kong’s population lives at subsistence levels. Failure of policy leaves many struggling to achieve a living wage and to maintain their dignity.
The WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) for Photography is a non-profit project initiated to spark public awareness and to support interest in socially relevant issues of great importance to Hong Kong and its people. WMA’s mission is to stimulate discussion and to encourage the development of social responsibility in Hong Kong by employing the medium of PHOTOGRAPHY to explore these subjects. WMA’s theme for 2012 is Poverty.
由Shirley Han Ying執導,本系列7個短片展示了「WYNG大師攝影獎2012」入圍攝影師作品背後的故事。在第二個短片中,香港攝影師陳偉江講述他對香港社會的貧窮問題和不平等問題的看法。陳偉江的攝影系列「紀錄」入圍2012年WYNG大師攝影奬(共有七名攝影師入圍)。至今陳偉江自資出版七本攝影集《情景》、《灣仔》、《啊~》、《平遙》、《東京1》、《婷婷》及《十九歲女生的溫柔》。個人展覽有「陳偉江攝影展」(2011)及「十九歲女生的溫柔」(2012)。 曾經在東京、平遙及香港參與聯展。
過去十年,香港的貧富差距迅速擴大,貧者越貧,富者越富,社會越見不公平。反映貧富懸殊程度的堅尼系數屢創新高,更甚於其他已發展國家。香港是個富裕的社會,只可惜仍然有18.1%市民活在貧窮線下。政策的失誤,無法保障市民,賺取可維持基本生活的工資,有尊嚴地過活。
WYNG大師攝影獎是香港首個具份量的攝影獎,旨在以攝影項目,引發公眾對香港社會不同議題的關注。大師攝影獎每年設立不同主題,希望喚起公眾對社會現狀的關注,並促進討論。2012年首屆大師攝影獎的主題為「貧窮」。
Credits (製作人員):
Shirley Han Ying - Director/Producer, Videographer, Video/Audio Editor (導演/製片、攝像師、視頻/音頻編輯) 
Chris Gelken - Associate Producer, Videographer (副製片人、攝像師)
Music "Laid Back Guitars" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". 音樂 "Laid Back Guitars" 由Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com),在Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"條件下授權使用。
Special thanks to Chan Wai Kwong. 特別鳴謝-陳偉江
A Ridealist production in association with WYNG Foundation. 
本片由以上雙方共同制作。Coppyright © 2012 版權所有。
www.ridealist.com
www.wyngmastersaward.hk
 
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Directed by Shirley Han Ying, this series of seven videos reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) 2012. In the first video, Hong Kong-born photographer, Michael Chan shares his thoughts on the current education system and its relation to poverty in Hong Kong. Michael Chan's series of photos - 'Elite' was selected as one of the seven finalists of the WMA 2012.
Over the last decade, Hong Kong’s rapidly widening wealth gap has resulted in an economically unbalanced and socially unequal city. The high level of economic disparity outstrips that of other eminent world cities. Amidst great affluence, 18.1% of Hong Kong’s population lives at subsistence levels. Failure of policy leaves many struggling to achieve a living wage and to maintain their dignity.
The WYNG MASTERS AWARD (WMA) for Photography is a non-profit project initiated to spark public awareness and to support interest in socially relevant issues of great importance to Hong Kong and its people. WMA’s mission is to stimulate discussion and to encourage the development of social responsibility in Hong Kong by employing the medium of PHOTOGRAPHY to explore these subjects. WMA’s theme for 2012 is Poverty.
由Shirley Han Ying執導,本系列7個短片展示了「WYNG大師攝影獎2012」入圍攝影師作品背後的故事。在第一個短片中,香港土生土長的攝影師陳啟駿坦述他對香港現行教育體制的看法,以及該體制與貧窮問題的關連。陳啟駿的攝影系列「尖子」入圍2012年WYNG大師攝影奬(共有七名攝影師入圍)。
過去十年,香港的貧富差距迅速擴大,貧者越貧,富者越富,社會越見不公平。反映貧富懸殊程度的堅尼系數屢創新高,更甚於其他已發展國家。香港是個富裕的社會,只可惜仍然有18.1%市民活在貧窮線下。政策的失誤,無法保障市民,賺取可維持基本生活的工資,有尊嚴地過活。
WYNG大師攝影獎是香港首個具份量的攝影獎,旨在以攝影項目,引發公眾對香港社會不同議題的關注。大師攝影獎每年設立不同主題,希望喚起公眾對社會現狀的關注,並促進討論。2012年首屆大師攝影獎的主題為「貧窮」。
Credits (製作人員):
Shirley Han Ying - Director/Producer, Second Camera, Video/Audio Editor (導演/製片、第二攝像師、視頻/音頻編輯)
Chris Gelken - Associate Producer, First Camera (副製片人、第一攝像師)
Music "Laid Back Guitars" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". 音樂 "Laid Back Guitars" 由Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com),在Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"條件下授權使用。
Special thanks to Michael Chan. 特別鳴謝-陳啟駿
A Ridealist production in association with WYNG Foundation. 
本片由以上雙方共同制作。Coppyright © 2012 版權所有。
www.ridealist.com
www.wyngmastersaward.hk
 
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The Other Hundred is a global open call for photographs and stories from around the world. 

100 Faces. 100 Places. 100 Stories. 

http://www.theotherhundred.com 

The implication of many of the rich lists and articles put out by the media is that being rich is the only way to succeed or live a life of meaning. We would like to show that not being rich is both normal and nothing to be ashamed of. The fact that 80% of the world lives on less than US$10 dollars a day does not stop most of them from living rich, full lives. Because we are looking for photographs that capture this reality, we do not want the photo-book to be full solely of images of suffering, conflict, starvation or disease. Instead, we would like to engage our audience by capturing both the struggles and the successes of The Other Hundred. Submissions may be a single photograph or a series of up to ten photographs accompanied by 50-250 words giving the context of your picture. All submissions are free. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS EXTENDED TO APRIL 7TH, 2013
 
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