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One of the values of Bali Street Photographer is To See Rather Than Look This post is inspired by Streets of Nuremberg’s post called Wise Words of Photography. Read more about Bali Street Photographer’s values here. Share & enjoy!
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 […]
Think about this photo next time you catch youself saying you need a bigger vehicle. See what else is being hauled around on two wheels throughout the Indonesia archipelago here.
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Opportunistic Street Photography Today, after running some morning errands. I was stuck in the middle of a huge traffic jam in the centre of Ubud. That usually means one thing–upacara. In other words, there was a Balinese Hindu Religious procession in progress. Rather than waiting in the hot sun inhaling exhaust from dozens of idling […]
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 […]
Let me start by saying that in the 20 years I’ve carried a camera, the shots I got on Mark’s tour of the Pasar Ubud are some of my favorites. Spending time with Mark as he took us through the crowded walkways and nuanced work lives of the market’s many merchants was a rare treat. […]
Another way to make your street photography stand out is to photograph people that stand out. Today, I took a short break at my fave crepes spot (Confiture de Bali) in Ubud. This stylish young woman (pictured above) pulled up in front of where I was sitting. If you want some tips on what to do […]
“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 […]