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On His Photo Stolen, Hengki Koentjoro Calls Apology from Samsung & the Thief

Samsung’s “#LiveInTheMoment” Instragram photo contest has been in controversy since one of the contest-winning photos is stolen from Indonesian well-known photographer, Hengki Koentjoro. Hengki calls an apology upon the mistake and negligence from Samsung and the thief.
“I will also ask Samsung to give me the identity of the thief for a legal action,” Hengki Koentjoro [...]

Shikhei Goh on His Award-winning Photo Critisized as Pseudo-Nature

The photo entitled “Splashing” made by Indonesian photographer, Shikhei Goh, won the 2011 National Geographic Photography Contest for Nature category. Recently the image was said to be pseudo-nature since it was not taken natutrally and the photographer was said to fabricate the story.
“I never fabricate stories,” said Shikhei Goh to Exposure in responding to the [...]

FN Hunting: Capturing & Being Part of Baliem Valley Festival

Dani, Yali, and Lani tribes inhabiting Wamena Highlands, Papua, gathered in the annual event named Baliem Valley Festival. It is a unique tradition involving diverse local tribes in a dramatic war simulation with scenario that usually rises in the real life of the tribes.
A photo hunting entitled “FN Hunting Series 2013: Wamena” organized by FotograferNet [...]

Exposure 61st: Special Edition

61st Edition Contents:

The Best 5
Five best photos from several categories
The Independence Day
Your photos to celebrate the independence of Indonesia

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Canon’s New Ultra-compact Full-HD Camcorder

Canon has announced an ultra-slim pocket full-HD camcorder. With just 5.6oz (158.76g) and in 3.8” (96.52mm) x 3” (76.2mm) x 1” (25.4mm), Canon Vixia Mini offers innovative design that can be slipped into a pocket like a smartphone, but also enables to capture high quality images in any situations.
Vixia Mini features an ultra wide-angle Canon [...]

Attachable Lenses for the Upcoming Sony Xperia Honami

Leaked pictures of Sony add-on lenses follows the rumor of the upcoming Sony Xperia Honami. The two lenses are reportedly named as DSC-QX10 and DSC-Q100.
The lens system essentially turns your smartphone into a compact camera, with the smartphone operate as the LCD screen and brain, while the lens contains the sensor and the eye. The [...]

Capturing the “Sleeping” Jakarta

Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, is known as the city that never sleeps with traffic jams everyday and everywhere. However, the holiday of Eid al-Fitr has lulled this big city life since most of its citizens were back to their hometowns.

Nearly 300 FotograferNet members – familiarly called FNers – gathered at downtown Jakarta to have [...]

Publication Postponed Due to Eid al-Fitr Holiday

Due to Eid al-Fitr or Lebaran holiday, the publication of Exposure Magz scheduled this week is postponed to August 16. To all of you, our loyal readers, partners and clients, we apologize for this postponement and hope you can understand the circumstances.
In the August 2013 issue, we will have a special edition since it coincides [...]

Panasonic’s New GX7 Camera & Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm f/1.2 Lens

Panasonic has announced the latest mirrorless MFT (Micro Four Thirds) camera, Lumix DMC-GX7 featurig a tiltable LVF (Live View Finder) that dedicated for advanced photographers, and Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm f/1.2 lens. DMC-GX7 delivers high-quality image recording with fascinating details through excellent resolution, image rendering and color reproduction.
This camera boasts a newly developed 16 MP [...]

“Finding Vivian Maier,” from Unknown to Top 20th Century Street Photography

“Finding Vivian Maier” documentary film will premiere at Toronto International Film Festival in September 2013. Who is Vivian?
Vivian Maier was a mystery even to those who knew her. A mysterious nanny in Chicago suburb, she died in 2009 at the age of 83 and would have been forgotten. But it has changed since John Maloof, [...]