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The world through the NTU President’s camera

iPhonography through the eyes of NTU President Prof Subra Suresh
by Chrystal Chan

Choice pics!

Prof Subra Suresh’s photographic artworks are featured in a travelling photo exhibition, Through the Lens: Colours Across Seven Continents, which runs on campus until 16 March. Trained as an engineer, Prof Suresh has a love for the arts and is also starting a global digital arts prize to recognise global artists and technologists with extraordinary creativity, as well as to promote the appreciation of art on and beyond the campus.

  • Reality is often simple and straightforward, but perception and image are often very distorted

    Taken with iPhone 4S at the Acropolis of Lindos, Rhodes, Greece, in 2012

  • Green and serene: with real and stone birds

    Taken with iPhone 4S at Imperial Palace Garden, Tokyo, Japan, in 2012

  • Shop to your (he)art’s content

    Taken with iPhone 4S at the Le Bon Marché Department Store, Paris, France, in 2012

  • Lonely but enlightened

    Taken with iPhone 7 Plus at the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, Africa, in 2016

  • Vivid colours of tranquil sunset induce Nobel thoughts

    Taken with iPhone 4 in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2011

  • Top stories

    Taken with iPhone 7 Plus in Sydney, Australia, in 2017

  • Nature’s beauty in my own backyard

    Taken with Canon Cybershot in Wellesley, Massachusetts, USA, in 2001

  • Vivid colours of sunset from a southern mountain top

    Taken with Nikon COOLPIX S6000 in Torollo, Chile, in 2012

  • Discovering the end of the Earth

    Taken with Nikon COOLPIX S6000 in Antarctica in 2011

  • Stunning scenery warming heart and warming glacier melting heart

    Taken with Nikon COOLPIX S6000 in Jakobshavn Glacier, Greenland, in 2011

  • Still nature and roaming mind

    Taken with iPhone 4S at Singapore Botanic Gardens in 2012