Imran Ahmad

Imran Ahmad’s irresistible combination of intrigue, who recklessly breaks the rules to mischievously craft images. Best known for his “Dutch Tilt’ technique, Singapore based photographer, Imran is a Nikon Professional Photographer and a Film Lecturer. Imran’s passion is to create images that communicate memorable messages to captivate you into his Imp-ish world of fascination. His style is creatively complex and unpredictable invoking a provocative response of excitement that captures a definitive moment. He exudes a quiet power, allowing his lenses to speak for him; always wanting to capture images different from anything seen before. With an unabashed desire for self-improvement, e pushes the boundaries of conventional photography, in aggressive and relentless pursuit of capturing the essence of a situation. In his innovative exploration of underwater imagery, Imran has an uncanny way of capturing fluidity and lithe by playing with light, clarity and reflectivity, taking water’s unique properties to breathtakingly new heights. He has diversified his portfolio to include commercial, editorial, portrait and underwater photographic assignments covering vast areas of Asia and other parts of the world. His work has been published in Nikon Focus magazine, EZDIVE Magazine, Scuba Diver Australasia Indonesia, Asian Diver, CEO Magazine, 938 Live book, amongst other leading media in Asia.

Getting into the Reverse Ring Macro Craze

By Imran Ahmad

There’s never a right or wrong in photography. It’s more of a perspective and everybody has an opinion. The Reverse Ring Macro is a very old technique, an “oldie” but “goodie”, and I will be sharing my personal experience in this article. Read more »

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By Imran Ahmad

By Imran Ahmad Bin Rayat Ahmad - Every living thing on this planet has a purpose. Humans have been directly or indirectly influenced by the vast ocean throughout history. Its inhabitants playing a role of balance. Every action to the fragile balance of ecology has an opposite reaction. While there are more than 400 shark species in the ocean, as an apex predator, they are on the top of the food chain. A decline in the number of sharks has direct impact on the ecology of our ocean! Read more »


Behind the Scene – The Making of P U R E

By Imran Ahmad

“Make visible what, without you, might perhaps never have been seen” ~ Robert Bresson Read more »