TUEETOR CHATS with Photographer, Professor Narupon
What is Photography for us? Photography is the craft of catching the internal and external excellence of life at a particular minute in time. Photography, characterizing it in single word or a paragraph isn’t sufficient. Not books composed on it can characterize it totally. To begin with, I would say that taking a Photo, it is also an art form. Painting with light to be exact. It’s the best way to solidify a memory in passing time. I would probably say that I love photography as it seems like we are in control of time. It gives us power to shoot at this spot, freeze the time and call it a memory.
Interested in learning Photography? We interviewed Tueetor Thailand’s Photographer, Professor Narupon! Read on to find out more about him and how can he help you to be a better Photographer!
You can reach him via Tueetor at https://tueetor.com/narupon
What’s your story?
I’m a lecturer at the Motion Pictures and Still Photography program at Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University. Furthermore I am working as a freelance photographer specializing in portrait and studio photography for both in Paris and Bangkok. Many of my photos were published as I’m former photographer at Bangkok Post newspaper. I can speak English French and Thai.
What excites you most about your industry?
Photography is art, there is no right or wrong it is just all about appreciation.
What do you hope your students will achieve?
They achieve the best of themselves
What’s the best piece of advice you ever received?
Happiness is the true value of life
Who inspires you?
Yousuf Karsh, Guy Bourdin
What have you just learnt recently that blew you away?
Everyone is unique in their own way.
If you had to teach something different, what would it be?
Another form of visual art
How do you unwind?
I normally play piano or read article about arts during my free time to inspire mysel
Recommend us a book you think everyone should read about Photo taking or anything else and why:
Photography the definitive visual history by Tom Ang : A great book about the evolution of photography with great examples for both art and commercial field
Shameless plug for your business:
I choose this career since when I was young because it is always motivating as I always meet new people and capture new stories. My style is quite realism so I don’t make lots of retouch and I want to conserve the natural beauty of my model.
How can people connect with you? (eg. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn handle?)
My website www.naruponphoto.com or through search engine