|Blurbarian Since||October 2007|
|Name||Meng Foo Choo|
|My Web Site||www.dimagehunter.com|
|My Occupation||Renaisance Man|
Choo Meng Foo
Meng Foo has been a photographer since he was fifteen years old. At Sixteen he won the Best Print (Student Section) for Asian Salon competition and his work had been exhibited in the Singapore National Museum and the National University of Singapore.
Most recently his work was featured in Asian Geographic, Silverlining, Wave and One magazine. He has been giving seminars and workshops on photography and digital photoshop technique. He has keen interest in shooting theatrical performances, cityscape and Arthropods. Some of his work have been collected in Singapore and abroad.
He was trained as an architect and urban designer, travelled extensively in South-east Asia. He also love to write, paint, design and think. At 47 he decided to follow the publishing revolution, put his thought into printed books and ebooks. He will require all the support you can render. Thank You.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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Appreciating Microworld – notes from the Insecthunter|
This is about hunting the intricate images of insects, learning from them, and benefiting from the observations made by relating them to lessons in life. The process of shooting finds similarity with the spirit of the swordsman and the modern sniper. It tells the tediousness and immense joy derive from shooting insects and spiders.
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|Learn the code of the swordsman and sniper. The ideal of integrity, perseverance, craft and cleverness. Searching for insects and spiders is as exciting as a search and clear mission in conventional warfare.|
|This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)|
|Sure it is additive and illuminating.|