Today I’m shooting an editorial story at a factory outside Jakarta, Indonesia.
I had been taking pictures for a while when I ran into this:
I guess rules can be broken when you’re touring the factory with the founder and CEO.
Today marks the beginning of the month of Ramadhan, holy to Muslims around the world, including about 200 million Indonesians. For a month, followers of Islam fast from dawn until sunset.
As the bright lights of this Jakarta mall reminded, if you’re feeling hungry (and/or cranky, they usually go together), just keep calm
and carry on.
Today I’m shooting corporate headshots in a studio in South Jakarta.
I’ll be using two different setups: one to get a pure white background (large softbox, reflector panel, background lights and hair/rim light) and another one to get soft light and a dark graded background (large softbox and reflector panel).
Today I’m setting up camp at the 88 building, in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Amazing views — but even from the the thirty-something floor, it’s impossible to see the edges of this 28-million-people city.
Outside, a crew of window cleaners were busy scrubbing the windows.
They’re definitely used to the views but I’d like to imagine that, from time to time, they gaze into the horizon as well, marveling at this huge, chaotic, ungraspable city.