Posts Tagged ‘hunting’
On the white-sand beach of Lampuuk in Aceh Besar, Nangroe Aceh Darussalam Province, a number of photography enthusiasts gathered in full of cheerful friendliness that afternoon. The gathering became so special that two well-known professional photographers joined them and available to talk with and to be asked about everything dealing with photography.
It was last Saturday [...]
This July, Fotografer.net (FN) is visiting Banjarmasin (South Borneo) during the string of the 2012 FN Hunting Series. The hunting will be carried out from July 6 to July 8, covering various famous places and landmarks in Banjarmasin as well as the city’s traditional culture and activities.
Yesterday (8/23), photography lovers in Yogyakarta once again gathered to join in a photo hunting session organized by fotografer.net (FN). The hunting was held to add joy and merry to the art exhibition entitled “The Art of Motorcycles: Tribute to Nur Kholis”.
Seminar and photo hunting with model themed “Reveal the Secret of B+W Filter” to be held in Surabaya on Monday, 24 January 2011 and Jakarta on Wednesday, 26 January 2011. Win over than 10 million door prize with special door prize of B+W Gold Plated.
Not only those who live in Jogjakarta, a number of photography enthusiasts from other cities, such as Sidoarjo, Malang, Jakarta, etc, have had such a great time hunting in an event namely “Jogja Street Shot” (JOSS) 2010
The police’s helicopters and aircraft were used as photo properties, plus a red Ferrari. From 380 registered participants, 360 of them were at the venue, photographing fifteen models.
The Provincial Government of Kepulauan Riau, Lantamal (Naval Main Base) IV, Batam Municipal Government and Bintan Regional Government was holding the first Maritime Photo Contest to promote and exhibit the Open Water Swimming Championship in the Strait of Riau and the 2010 Maritime Festival.
“Unbelievably, we were all coming from all over Europe to gather together in the name of photography. We’re proud of it, and when we said ‘bye,’ it means we would not forget any single smile and moment.”
“We were chasing the moments enthusiastically, until at some point we realized that dangers stood very closely.” This event is so magnetic. So many photographers, about 50 people, were participating.