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#iniNegriku, A Visual Journey | Photo Book

Inilah etalase mini nusantara. Wajah negeri ini kami keluarkan dari bingkai mooi indie yang sering menyamarkan ke-Indonesia-an dalam kemolekan yang beku. Narasi visual 1000Kata menyatukan alam dan manu- sia dalam bingkai yang utuh. Kami ingin menegaskan warna-warni budaya, suku, dan bentang alam yang terentang 5.120...

Inilah etalase mini nusantara....

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The Beauty of Smartphone Photography

Captured moment: A photo by Forbes Indonesia photo editor Ahmad “Roni” Zamroni, one of four photojournalists behind the recently launched smartphone photography book NESW. Courtesy of Ahmad Zamroni

Captured moment: A photo by Forbes Indonesia photo editor Ahmad “Roni” Zamroni, one of four photojournalists behind the recently launched smartphone photography book NESW. Courtesy of Ahmad Zamroni

 

 

Warning death knells tolled for quality photojournalism when major US newspaper Chicago Sun-Times replaced its entire photography staff with iPhone-wielding reporters in May last year.

But for Dita Alangkara, Associated Press chief photographer for Indonesia, trading his high-precision DSLR camera for an iPhone recalls the adrenaline-fuelled early days on the job — before the deadline and technical demands of newsgathering turned photography into mechanical point-and-shoot.

Shooting with a cell phone camera is akin to discovering a new toy, says Dita, as its limitations — slower shutter response, lower resolution and absence of long-range lenses — ups the creative and technical ante.

He is one of four photojournalists behind the recently launched smartphone photography book NESW (short for North East South West) along with Kompas daily photographer Yuniadhi Agung; Mast Irham, European Pressphoto Agency’s chief photographer for Indonesia; and Forbes Indonesia photo editor Ahmad “Roni” Zamroni.

Tear Sheet : National Geographic Traveler Indonesia, Oktober 2012

Odometer, alat pengukur jarak di mobil, mencatat 4.786 kilometer. Perjalanan ini benar-benar petualangan berkendara mobil terpanjang yang pernah saya lakukan, tanpa pengemudi cadangan.       MENDUNG MENGGANTUNG di langit Selandia Baru. Malam beranjak larut. Gelap, nyaris tanpa lampu penerang. Saya menyusuri suatu ruas jalanan yang kadang mendaki panjang...

Odometer, alat pengukur ja...

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Indonesia Blog Award from “Internet Sehat”

Woww.. amazing, baru beberapa jam pihak Internet Sehat Blog & Content Award (ISBA) 2010 mengumumkan award ini di media detik.com, langsung ratusan orang mengunjungi blog saya yang masih tergolong muda ini. Sungguh ini merupakan kegembiraan tersendiri menerima apresiasi ini dan mengetahui banyak pengunjung yang membaca tulisan-tulisan sederhana saya. Barangkali ini akan menjadi rekor jumlah pembaca yang mengunjungi blog ini.

Baduy’s Honey Road

The Baduy (or Badui), who call themselves Kanekes, are a traditional community living in the western part of the Indonesian province of Banten, near Rangkasbitung. Their population of between 5,000 and 8,000 is centered in the Kendeng mountains at an elevation of 300-500 meters (975′-1,625′) above sea level. Their homeland in Banten, Java is contained in just 50 km² (20 sq. miles) of hilly fores.

Members of the Baduy tribe safeguard their traditional ways of life by resisting any form of modernity. They obey the entire set of custom, including traditional prohibitions.

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