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Film Photography: A Look At Indonesia

The following photos were shot with my Canon AE 1 Program within Indonesia over the past year. It’s a heavy camera that I don’t take everywhere and developing film is virtually impossible now. I love using the camera for street photography and for close ups of people. It has produced some of my favorite images of the places I’ve been, showcasing a certain depth and warmth unparalleled by digital. The greatest part is that so many locals would light up if I asked to take a picture; no one shied away and they were more than willing and happy to pose or smile…or both. Some people even came after me, eagerly asking for one or two more. Their kind hearted demeanor shows.

Enjoy.

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Prambanan on Java.

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Prambanan

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The charred trees near Mount Merapi on Java.

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Our tour guide of Mount Merapi and the surrounding area.

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This lovely lady near Mount Merapi was selling water.

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Two images in one: A becak driver and pete-pete passengers in Makassar.

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A becak driver in China Town, Makassar.

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A pete-pete driver in Makassar.

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Mom and son in Makassar.

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A becak driver in China Town, Makassar.

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A Bakso cart in China Town, Makassar.

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A nice lady in Makassar.

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Jalan Mangga, Makassar

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A Durian cart in Makassar.

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A girl selling bracelets on Kuta Beach, Lombok.

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Kuta Beach, Lombok

2 Responses to Film Photography: A Look At Indonesia

  1. elmer

    Film shots are amazing. They give you the nostalgia of the younger years with an ultramodern feel. You did great here

    Reply

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