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Canon-FN Workshop in Pekanbaru: Commercialize Your Photos

Last Saturday (19/10), more than 110 photography enthusiasts gathered in Aryaduta Hotel, Pekanbaru to attend Canon & FotograferNet Workshop Series 2013. Running from morning to afternoon, the workshop was opened by Kristupa Saragih, co-founder of  FotograferNet – familiarly called FN.
Themed “The L-Series Master Class Commercial Photography,” this workshop presented Darius Manihuruk, a Jakarta-based fashion and [...]

3,800 Photographers in 54 Cities Simultaneously Held Street Photography

More than 3,800 photography enthusiasts in Indonesia, Japan, and Canada has today (10/20) held street photo hunting simultaneously in an event labeled “FN Street Hunting 2013.” Moved by spirit of togetherness and friendship, they captured beautiful, interesting and unique moments on the streets of their respective cities.
In every city or town, this event was free [...]

Tomorrow Thousands to Hit the Streets in FN Street Hunting

Thousands of photography enthusiasts from more than 50 cities in Indonesia, Japan and Canada will hit the street on Sunday, October 20 1013. They will capture beautiful moments, interesting and unique on the street of their cities in an event dubbed “FN Street Hunting 2013″.
Fotografer.net (FN – www.fotografer.net) members from every cities will conduct the [...]

Canon on CPMI Yogyakarta with 1200 Photographers: We Are Very Amazed!

Canon PhotoMarathon Indonesia (CPMI) 2013 was held all day yesterday (October 6) at Gembira Loka Zoo, Yogyakarta. More than 1200 photographers, from Yogyakarta and its other cities/towns, enthusiastically joined the event organized from morning to almost evening.
“At first, we assumed that a zoo was not a good place, but it’s proved that Gembira Loka is [...]

Travel Photographer of the Year 2013, 7 Days Left to Enter

Submission for Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) 2013 photo contest will be closed on October 1, and you still have a week to submit your entries. This contest is run by photographers for photographers and open for all photographers worldwide at all ages.
TPOTY 2013 offers £ 5,000 for the overall winner, a range of [...]

A Camera Collector Arrested for Owning Old Spy Cameras

Alexander Komarov, an Ukranian camera collector, was arrested by the Security Service of Ukraine in Eastern Ukraine city of Donetsk for possessing two F-21 (Ajax-12) cameras. The F-21 is a famous Soviet-made photo camera for concealed use (espionage) made by the Krasnogorsk Mechanical Factory (KMF) in 1951 to mid-1990s.
As noted by Komarov in his website, [...]

Photo Competition Taking Part in River Sustainability

Initiated by the Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works, a photo competition entitled “Bersama Menjaga Sungai” (Together We Save River) offers prize of IDR 26 millions in total. It is free to enter for all Indonesian citizens and anyone residing in Indonesia.
Each submission may contain three photos in printed format (10R) and [...]

Photo Contest to Win Adventure Trip to Puerto Rico

Supported by Talenthouse, Nokia and National Geographic’s photographer, Stephen Alvarez, call upon photographers all over the world for a chance to win a mentoring road trip to Puerto Rico in January 2014. Photos submitted must take inspiration from breathtaking landscapes, natural settings and wildlife.
The first round of submissions is open until October 10, 2013. Nokia [...]

Jakarta & Teheran: Tales of 2 Cities

If you are now in Jakarta, there is an interesting photo exhibition to see. Entitled “Tales of 2 Cities,” the exhibition which is a joint photo project of two news agencies, Antara (Indonesia) and Mehr (Iran), is open to public until September 28 at Galeri Foto Jurnalistik Antara (GFJA), Jl. Antara No. 59 Pasar Baru, [...]

Canon-FN Gathering in Makassar: Prioritizing Coexistence

Involved in a community, it would be better when we do not thrust what we want upon other persons. If we do it, and unfortunately we cannot obtain what we want, we will be dissappointed and tend to blame the community.
Community is not a place for us to obtrude our own interest upon other members; [...]