So much work lined up behind me, making me not have much time to upload my work to this website. Finally, on the sidelines of my works i can upload a bunch of great photos.
I will start this post with an opinion. Sometimes we do not get to choose which client we like most. Clients always come and as a professional I have to provide excellent service. And this time I had the opportunity to choose my own clients. Yup, they are Dila and Rora.
Starting August with a lot of Love. And I wanna present no a story, but a love poetry by Edmund Spenser, My Love Is Like To Ice.
My love is like to ice, and I to fire: How comes it then that this her cold so great Is not dissolved through my so hot desire, But harder grows the more I her entreat? Or how comes it that my exceeding heat Is not allayed by her heart-frozen cold, But that I burn much more in boiling sweat, And feel my flames augmented manifold? What more miraculous thing may be told, That fire, which all things melts, should harden ice, And ice, which is congeal’s with senseless cold, Should kindle fire by wonderful device? Such is the power of love in gentle mind, That it can alter all the course of kind.
Hello Colorful People!
Over the last few months I have had the opportunity to be responsible for the most interesting wedding ceremony that I’ve ever seen. This time I was with om Seno and Dhika to capture the moment of sacred Islamic manner and wrapped with Javanese culture. Highly thousands of proud I got chance to get this amazing clients, Merry and Bibit. In this wedding ceremony there was one event that I think is different from traditional Javanese wedding ceremony to another. Because at the beginning of this marriage ceremony, Merry is the last of three sisters. The family of has to do custom event, called ruwatan first. Ruwatan is gratitude for the happiness of children were given the three women had been married all in. One by one in a series of wedding we had passed well, and swept the event with thousands guests attended the celebration of this wedding.
This is the client for 2015 .. By looking at the whole picture in the post this time, I started the year with pretty. I met Maria and bram only twice before their wedding day, but I feel a close relationship with them. From the beginning they really appreciate my works. I really love them. how they treat me as a professional make me never hesitate to say anything.
I hope god always bless them and now, as their friend, I always wanted to know about their condition even though they are far in Surabaya. And enjoy …
Hello Colorful People!
We’d love to always update our new web. It’s very exciting. Right now, i want to introduce a friend of mine, Andi Reza. He works as a professional photographer in Malang, East Java and believe me, he is a good one. For capturing a wedding moment like this, i will not doubt it. But it’s the time. Everythings has changed, he felt nervous so much. Every blinked eyes, every breath he took, and all of thrilling things make him much more nervous. Even Reza’s parent feel the same thing. It’s kind of Indonesian typical traditional wedding, full of drama, great atmosphere, and of course sacredness.
I personally have known Beta very well, he is my best friend since high school. We grow up and pass through various problems together. Beta is the jolly, friendly, and playful friend. The type of guy or gentleman who is favored anyone. But with me, he was a bit embarrassed when talking about romance, so the news about the planned marriage to Dita little surprise me.
Hello Colorful World! Few months ago we had the opportunity to cover Javanese Traditional Wedding in Jakarta.
Jakarta? What do you think of when hear the word “Jakarta?” Jams, yes definitely jam that always colors this capital city. But congestion in Jakarta is not affecting the brothers or relatives to enliven this sacred event in the Windy and Andra wedding ceremony. Although located in Jakarta, this wedding very thick with javanese traditional atmosphere. The atmosphere of emotion tearful and happy enveloping the entire series of events. Crying does not always signify sad because of the loss, accidents and even death, but crying here signifies very happy they were in this wedding ceremony.
Hello Colorful World! Happy Ramadhan…
For last two month I’ve received a lot of wedding inquiries. This was one of them and I was not alone. This time I was with Deddy for capturing a moment that is sacred to the Islamic way and wrapped in a great Sundanese culture. How lucky I am to get this awesome client, Raeza and Gilang, especially because Raeza is an old friend of Deddy. So we got no time for awkward moment or that kind of things when we first met. For us, this couple shows a lot of LOVE and that makes us happy for beeing “their best wedding photographer.”