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Photography

Guest Photographer Sid Kannegnati from India

While cameras were always familiar to me, it was my introduction to Henri Cartier-Bresson and Elliot Erwitt’s photography that proved life changing. ~Sid Kannegnati After some scheduling challenges and dodging the remains of a long rainy season, Sid & I finally met. Thanks for joining the tour and creating some wonderful street photography, Sid! Please […]

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Sightseeing

The Most Things Ever Balanced on a Head

Transition time at Pasar Ubud is when you will see the most things ever balanced on a human head in the world. Probably? Read more about transition time here.

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News Photography

Seeing Red in Pasar Ubud – Featured by Don’t Take Pictures

Bali Street Photographer Photos Featured on Don’t Take Pictures’ Seeing Red Gallery Late last year/early this year (2018/2019), three photographs from Bali Street Photographer were exhibited by Don’t Take Pictures. I’ve been following Don’t Take Pictures for years. So, being featured in one of their exhibits is a huge honour. Especially since the team over […]

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Photography Sightseeing

Ubud Palace – When Smoke Gets in your Eyes

Beauty in the Mundane During all the years I’ve lived in Ubud, I’ve never seen the Ubud Palace being completely smoked-out. In this case, fogged-out. Even though fogging for mosquitoes is a common thing in Bali, this scene at the main gate to the palace is not something you see every day. Here, we have […]

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Testimonial

Inspired to Get Back Into Photography

Loved the tour, it has inspired me to get back into photography. I learnt a lot and got some great shots. Looking forward to going again next time I’m in Bali. ~Lauren from Australia I’m inspired by your kind words, Lauren! I can’t wait to see some of your photos from the tour.

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Culture Photography

Time Stands Still — Daily Offerings at Pasar Ubud

It’s as if time has stood still during the early mornings at the pasar. During the Pasar Ubud photo tours, I discipline myself to give priority and my attention to the photographers I’m guiding through the crowded and grungy labyrinths. But, on occasion, I get a moment to myself to capture a priceless moment. The […]

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Photography

Pasar Ubud is a Mood

There’s a saying, “Ubud is a Mood”. If Ubud is a mood, then Pasar Ubud is where all the moods originate. The typical day at the Pasar starts between 3:30-4:00 am every morning. Pasar Ubud is where everyday life kicks-off. Thus, setting the mood for the day.

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Photography Testimonial

One of the best experiences during my Bali holiday

It was a great class and one of the best experiences during my Bali holiday. Mark was a caring guide and you could feel that he loves to share his knowledge and passion. With his guidance it was possible to experience the “true” Ubud. His attitude and the way how he talks with people is […]

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Culture Photography

Sittin’ on the “dock” of the Pasar – Best time to photograph a Bali Dog

“Two thousand miles I roam. Just to make this dock my home” ~Otis Redding The Bali Dogs of the pasar seem to follow a schedule. When the pasar is in full swing early in the morning, they are scattered and roaming around individually. Towards 7:30-8:00 am, they beging to form in groups and forage together […]

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Photography

Guest Photographer Brian from South Africa

It was in incredible pleasure to show-off Pasar Ubud to the talented Brian from South Africa. Brian’s straight-up and direct style is harmoniously complimented by his clean, classic, and timeless street photographs. See the rest of Brian’s contributions in the full photo gallery.