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FNMW 2014: Four Days Left to Cast Your Vote

Fotografer.net Most Wanted (FNMW) 2014 polling will be closed on April 24, and you still have four days to cast your vote. Near to the closing day of FNMW 2014, some nominees are seem hard to catch, and some still in tight competition for the top position. Today (4/21), there are more than 700 FNers [...]

FNMW 2014: Nikon on Top in Entry-level DSLR Group

There are more than 670 FNers (Fotografer.net members) casted their votes in the third week on the Phase II of Fotografer.net Most Wanted (FNMW) 2014. Today (4/14), Nikon is on top in the entry-level DSLR cameras group, while Canon is still dominating other camera groups from semi-pro to pro and point-and-shoot as well. Since the polling [...]

“Unfinished” Photo Exhibition at GFJA

Staring from this evening, Galeri Foto Jurnalistik Antara (GFJA/Antara Gallery of Photojournalism) is presenting a photo exhibition showcasing several works of students attending Regular Photography Workshop Class XIX. This one-year workshop program is a routine tradition in GFJA which starts from student selection until the final project presentation through a photo exhibition.
Entitled “Unfinished,” thirty two [...]

Most-wanted Photography Genre in Line with Most-wanted Camera Bag

The Phase II of Fotografer.net Most Wanted (FNMW) 2014 is entering the second week. More than 520 FNers (Fotografer.net members) have casted their votes, and the polling result today (4/7) shows that the most favorite photography genre is in line with the camera bag they liked most.
Landscape is on top with 41%, while Model is on [...]

Photo Exhibition & Book Dedicated to Sinabung & Kelud Victims

The eruption of Mt Sinabung in North Sumatra and Mt Kelud in East Java have become a major disaster issue in Indonesia at the beginning of 2014. Several charity movements have already been carried out to raise sympathy and empathy to the victims, to accelerate recovery.
Galeri Foto Jurnalistik Antara (GFJA) in collaboration with Indonesia Photojournalist [...]

FNMW 2014 Phase II: Canon-Nikon Competing Tightly in Entry-level Cameras

Entering the first week of Fotografer.net Most Wanted (FNMW) 2014 polling in Phase II, more than 340 FNers (Fotografer.net members) has casted their votes and, of course, the number keeps increasing. Since the Phase I until today (4/2), Canon products in in cameras, lenses to flashes are always on top.
In the group of IDR 10-20 [...]

Urban Transformation in “Klimaks”

Fifteen students of KPY (Kelas Pagi Yogyakarta – a “free of charge” school of photography in Yogyakarta) Class III are now showcasing their photography works as their final project in the school. Entitled “Klimaks,” students from three majors: Photojournalistic; Fashion and Commercial; and Personal Project are highlighting urban transformation as the theme.
Urban transformation does not [...]

FNMW 2014 Entering Phase II: Vote Now!

Today Fotografer.net Most Wanted (FNMW) 2014 is entering the Phase II which will be going on until April 24, 2014. In the second phase, you are to vote the top three nominees for each category and sub-category. There have already been more than 800 voters in the Phase I.
Tight competition for the top three positions [...]

Hungary’s New Law Rules Photographers to Ask Permission Before Snapping

From March 15, 2014, anyone takes photos in Hungary without asking permission is considered as illegal. This new civil code requires photographers to get permission from everyone that could be identified in the frame before they snap it.
According to the justice ministry, people taking pictures should look out for those who are not waving in [...]

FNMW 2014: Canon Products in Unwavering Position

Voters in Fotografer.net Most Wanted (FNMW) 2014, having released since February 24, have mostly chosen Canon products ranging from cameras, lenses to flash. Organized by Fotografer.net/FN, the biggest online photography community in Southeast Asia, the poll is today (3/17) entering the fourth week and Canon has always been on top.
“We are very pleased and proud [...]