This is the first time I am using Adox silvermax ISO 100 film in my analog camera. This film rich with silver content so the manufacturer claim it can give more details , more sharpness and 14 stops dynamic range . I am using Minolta XE-1 with 28mm Minolta lens. I developed in Adox Silvermax developer 1+29 in 20 Celcius for 11 minutes 30 seconds . The negatives I copied with Nikkor macro lens 55 mm attached to Sony mirrorless camera and the images inverse using photoshop.
The result was very satisfyng and impressive, more dynamic range compare with another film I was using before.
The location was Pulau Putri Island, near Jakarta, Indonesia .
My visit during the Khuvsgul Lake winter festival, started from Ulaan Baatar, using ground transportation. Beautiful scenery, friendly people and memorable journey. The Leica SL built for proffesional, with rugged body, still working in harsh condition and the best medium zoom lens available
. And don’t forget it is an Autofocus lens, very accurate , can shoot action as any DSLR pro camera. Great camera !
Lunar Chinese New Year, 28th January 2017. one of the oldest Buddhist temple in Jakarta : Vihara Darma Bakti at Petak Sembilan. Two years ago this popular temple was accidentally burnt by the candles . Now the crowd came again. It was red colour everywhere: lampions, big candles, all in red. But I decided to take the pictures in monochrom, yes only in black and white with no colour.
I am using a smartphone the HuaweiP9 with Leica monochrome technology and Summarit H lens 27mm 1:2.2 Asph. Enjoy.
Series from my visit to Seoul, the capital city of South Korea. In the city centre there are some artist’s worked entitled Shadow of shadow. Architect’s handkerchief outside the Shinsage department store. The scary face from Namimara Island. Please enjoy the artistic and enjoyable vibrant of this never sleep city. All photos taken by Leica monochrom 246 with summicron
35mm lens . Please also visit my instagram edwindjuanda.
Bangkok street photography around Siam square. After preparation and opening exhibition of Wonderful Indonesia in Siam Paragon on 4th April 2016, I walked with my Leica 246 and mostly used one lens the 28mm Zeiss.
On February 2016, I visited the Dayak tribe village in remote aea in West Kalimantan ( Borneo), This pictures was taken in Benua Tengah Village , near Putussibau (small city). The people live in a very long house (rumah betang) which all the family member lived there. as long as 148 meters long. This wooden building is now protected by the government as a cultural heritage (made 1824) , but the peo
ple still live there. We live together for two days, without cellphone and very limited electricity. Bathing together in the river. What a contrast with our every day live n a big city. Enjoy.