The Philippines as its Jeepney. Thailand has its Songthaew. Jakarta has its Angkot. Bali has its Bemo. Taking a Bemo ride an adventure in itself. Photographing a Bemo can lead to interesting and unique compositions. Here's a small collection of examples. Artistic Street Portraiture through a Bemo WindowAn Angkot in East JavaA Balinese Woman Blocks [...]
Random photographs of my wanderings around Ubud during Bali's most holiest time of the year.
Break out the Universal Donuts! It's Party time! BaliStreetPhotographer.com was originally launched in July 2017. Gosh how time flies. I'm happy to announce two major design changes that should make finding info on the site easier! 1. Grid View for the News/Blog Page If you viewed the news blog on a large display before this [...]
I'm pleased to announce a new addition to the Bali Street Photographer galleries. Please have a look at Paul Eveleigh's wonderful photograph contributions. I especially love the composition work in these three lovely images. See the rest on Paul's dedicated gallery.
Born to be WildWe call him Baby Dog. Baby Dog is a Bali Street Dog who refuses to be taken in. Meaning he loves his freedom so much that he will probably never be "domesticated". We're Owned by Him ;-)We've been watching over him ever since his mother passed last year. We called her Mommy [...]
Feature photo from the archives. On the road in East Java. Cultural Diversity A short ferry boat ride across the Bali Strait from the port town of Gilimanuk, Bali lies the seaside town of Banyuwangi. Banyuwangi is located on the eastern tip of Java. It's here where island of 1,000 temples gives way to a [...]
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 [...]