Darkroom printing & BW film developing Workshop

Time
Thursday, August 4 at 1:00pm – August 9 at 3:00pm

Location
Distorted Darkroom

Jl Bukit Dago Utara II/8
Bandung, Indonesia

Created By

More Info
A darkroom printing & BW film developing workshop with Henrycus Napit Sunargo and Ari Syahrazad– 3 days event:
4-6-8 August OR 5-7-8 August 2011, at 1PM to 3PM
– Limited to total 10 persons only
– Open for public, first come first served
– Entry fee Rp 100.000,-
– Needs an analog/film camera

***REGISTRATION BEFORE AUGUST 2ND, 2011****
send your email to distorted.darkroom@gmail.c​om

Each participant will get:
-all the chemical needed during workshop
-5 pcs 5R prints and 1 pcs 8R print
-1 roll of Arista Premium 100 to be develop and print during workshop

For further info, please contact:
Asih 081322088104 or distorted.darkroom@gmail.c​om

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This event is made under collaboration with:
Black Man Ray & Kedai Bahagia

 
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Workshop on Developing Personal Projects

Time
Thursday, August 4 at 4:30pm – August 10 at 10:00pm

Location

Created By

More Info
Black Man Ray present a Workshop on Developing Personal Projects by Henrycus Napit Sunargo & Ari Syahrazad. August 4 – 10, 2011

> Limited to 5 persons only.
> Please submit a series of 5-10 images (1000px on the longest side) to workshop@blackmanray.com for selection.
> Entry fee is IDR 125,000.
>Film or digital are OK but you must be ready for daily review by mentors.

Submission deadline: July 31, 2011.
Selected participants will be notified via e-mail on August 2, 2011

Each participant will get:
> Dinner by Kedai Bahagia
> An exclusive Black Man Ray t-shirt
> One week exhibition at Black Man Ray gallery
> Featured on Black Man Ray website.

For more info: Eric 0818 0206 1408 / Asih 0813 2208 8104 or info@blackmanray.com

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Lamongan

Photojournalist Experience by Sandi Jaya Saputra

In the early 2009 Oxfam GB assigned me for the second time to cover the life of Lamongan’s fishermen in Surabaya, East Java. From the resume that I’ve got, Oxfam GB was focusing in the climate change issue in 2009. They got the info about the Lamongan’s fishermen from one of the biggest media in Indonesia. The info was about the extreme climate happened to Lamongan’s fishermen. It was said that they suffered, they fish catches decreased and there’s also happened fishermen’s boat accidents as a result of the extreme weather.

Then from that issues and articles I began to do social cultural research about the Lamongan’s fishermen. I also got in touch with the local journalists for adding some additional info. My first day in Surabaya, I went straight to Lamongan with 1,5 hours travelling and approximately about 40-50 km distance. Arriving in Lamongan, I immediately contacted some sources to arrange a meeting the next day. The arrangements went well. We were scheduled to meet up the next morning in one of Lamongan’s fish market.

Before meeting the sources, I walked around the fish market to observe the situation and had a little talk with some local people to get another perspective about the climate change and Lamongan’s fishermen lives. I met the first source; he was the fishermen’s cooperative chief. And after that, I also met up with the second and the third sources. After meeting with those 3 sources, I still did not have the data that I needed. It ended up for me meeting the last sources, the ship owner whose boat caught an accident. From this last source, I finally got astonishing fact from my observation.

The first fact, they didn’t know that there’s a relation between climate change and the declined of their fish catches. They said that it was not the right time to sail, so it was natural for not having many catches at that time. The second fact, the fishermen boat accidents weren’t not because of the extreme weather, but because they were hit by coal barges. So what should I cover as the story angle? I then contacted the Oxfam GB coordinator and explained what was going on. They finally found the real fact. It was a big lie that was made by journalists and it could made the reader fell into the mistaken issues. I finally took some photo samples of the Lamongan’s fishermen lives as my responsibility, and used my time left to have my holiday there.