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Dani Subagja : ‘Hong Kong’ Series (Street Photography)

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“In my opinion, black & white photos are somehow more able to tell the depth of a story; something beyond the colour (black & white) itself, since it might be easier to get disrupted by the colours of a photo. I agree both colour and black & white work better for certain subjects. I think colour photos describe the subject while black & white photos narrate the subject. Additional to that, I guess it has to do with personal taste. I find black & white photos appeal to me and inspire me more.” ~ Dani Subagja

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‘HK Series’
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I like exploring places and documenting them. I take my camera with me wherever I go, not necessarily aiming to take a photograph, it’s just always in my bag. Since a street journey comes with a unique environment and unpredictable encounters most of the time, for me it’s impossible to get completely uninterested, even with very familiar places. The challenge is familiar places often entrap me by keeping me taking photographs with too similar scenes. This can be boring sometimes. And new places, although they may bear some resemblance with familiar places, mostly excite and refresh me. Structures, geometries, alleys and distinctive moments are among my “favorite captures”. Dani Subagja

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Dani Subagja : WordPress

An Interview with Dani Subagja

Places: Dani Subagja’s Street Journey

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1 Response to “Dani Subagja : ‘Hong Kong’ Series (Street Photography)”


  1. 1 Lynne Otter
    March 19, 2012 at 2:07 pm

    Ciao , yes l agree with you about b & w , but l think you could have’ burned in’ onto the brightness in a couple of pics, otherwise great shots.


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