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Lost in the Medina

Travel

“When I go out into the city I have no plan. I walk down one street, and when I am drawn to turn the corner into another, I do. Really I am like a dog. I decide where to go by the smell of things, and when I am tired, I stop.” - Daido Moriyama It was my third day in Marrakech and the sun decided to show itself. I took my good ol' Ricoh GR and took a walk deep into the medina(old city). I had the idea of turning of my google maps and just go where my instincts bring me. Going through small alleyways, places where most tourists are afraid to go to. People were telling me that I was going the wrong way and that the main square was not thi ...

Stuck at the Airport

Random

Delay. At the airport. almost 3 AM. Alone.     Things that you don't want to experience during a christmas eve, and all I had for my friends were two cameras. I took them for a spin to express what I was feeling. Tired, sleep deprived and my mind was clouded by darkness.

Why I Shoot Unconventional Family Portraits

Random

My favourite image from my childhood wasn't the one where I posed into the camera, It was the one where I was running around, playing uncontrollably and making silly face gestures. So now, as I'm all grown up and as a person who loves taking images, I want to incorporate what I love into my work. Back in Oakleigh, Melbourne last week I had the pleasure in capturing a beautiful family of three. There are a few things in my mind when doing this session: 1. The perfect setup for these kind of shoots are daily activities, such as a walk in the park or playing bubbles at the backyard. 2. Approach each frame as a game, play with them or w ...

Summer in Down Under

Travel

"When the sun's still up at 8 PM, it’s officially summer in down under." The last time I was here it was winter, and there were more clouds than the sun, then during this visit which was actually my first official summer outside of Bali. I've experienced more daylight than I could've asked for. Long harsh lights during the day and combine that with unpredictable weather could be quite a challenge. Yet the true uniqueness of Australia was the diversity of people and the laid-backness of it. People wearing a full suit, hanging out in the park and loads of people flocking to the beach in the middle of the week when the weather was just right ...

Jogja x Kota Gede

Portrait

 "what is left behind? I asked. Not much, just emotions captured in the eternity" 8 years ago when I held a DSLR for the first time. I've always had a thing in photographing strangers and anything I find interesting, lately I've been doing it much much more less than the past. However, last month I had the pleasure of rekindling that feeling.   The images here are captured with the Sony A7Rii + 28 Ultron