D. P. Mahardika is an independent and assignment photographer based in Bantul, Indonesia, associated with neo-minimalism. He got his first own camera in 2005 whilst studying visual journalism. Much later his photographic education spanned in Yogyakarta following his passion of fine art photography.
Ulet Ifansasti is a freelance photojournalist and documentary photographer, with interest in social, environmental and cultural issues. He is born in Papua and currently base in Yogyakarta-Indonesia.
Ulet joined international photo agency Getty Images in 2008 and has been a regular contributor and stringer since. As a freelance photographer Ulet covers a variety of assignments for editorial and commercial clients and remains committed to exploring personal projects.
His works have been published in many leading publications including GREENPEACE, World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, STERN, The Guardian, TIME Magazine, USA Today, LIFE, National Geographic Traveler, etc.
My name is Herman. I’m from Indonesia. I’m someone who likes his life to keep up with his shutter speed. I like to think of myself as a creative person who doesn’t settle for the norm. I am a self taught photographer, expanding my knowledge on a daily basis.
I believe photography is the most selfless art out there. The photos that I take are for YOU. When it all comes down to it, these pictures will live on and revive the memories from your special time. I’d love to be apart of creating that. I strive to capture your vision, as if you were looking from the outside, in. As a photographer, I have experience in the fast life. From parade crowds, to concerts, to sporting events, I capture the emotion and feel of it all. I also know how to portray the calm life. The portraits, the tiny details, the setting of your event, I capture the powerful simplicity.