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Civilization: The Way We Live Now

"Our fast-changing world seen through the lenses of 140 leading contemporary photographers around the globe" We hurtle together into the future at ever-increasing speed – or so it seems to the collective psyche. Perpetually evolving, morphing, building and demolishing, rethinking, reframing and reshaping the world around...

"Our fast-changing world seen ...

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Launching Buku Fotografi A VISUAL JOURNEY #iniNegriku

Sekilas cerita tentang: #iniNegriku A VISUAL JOURNEY Sebuah buku foto tentang perjalanan visual ke Sabang-Sibolga, Banyuwangi, Ende, Putussibau, Bima-Labuan Bajo, Sumba, Berau, Langgur-Ambon-Saparua, Ternate-Tidore, dan Raja Ampat oleh 9 fotografer: Ahmad Zamroni, Beawiharta, Dita Alangkara, Edy Purnomo, Mast Irham, Peksi Cahyo, Prasetyo Utomo, Yuniadhi Agung, dan Sumaryanto Bronto. Dalam...

Sekilas cerita tentang: #iniN...

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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.

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