More than 17,000 islands make up the republic of Indonesia and even more impressive is the array of culture displayed through each region. Let us focus on the wonders this great country has to offer and the photographic possibilities presented.
Raja Ampat Islands
If you're looking to push the limits of film photography, some underwater action may just be the fix you need. For this daring attempt, you'll need an even greater subject. Indonesia's Raja Ampat Islands, renowned for its coral formations and gorgeous fish species, offers both unique photography opportunities and relaxation.
There is something magical about our ability to explore the past through whatever piece of it remains today. See the beauty of the 'world that was' preserved through the roads and structures of Borobudur.
Formed by the eruption of a mountain called Prau, the Dieng Plateau will keep you busy with all the sights to visit such as Hindu temples, a multicolored lake, a hot spring, and so much more. This gem will give you the chance to experiment with film photography through different conditions courtesy of its many attractions.
written by crissyrobles on 2018-02-21