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A simple visual guide to how to take pictures for a project in Indonesia.

I received the following help request from a friend working in Indonesia, and thought someone here might have an answer.

Can you help?

Quick question……I am doing some work with people in Indonesia who do not speak English and I am trying to get them to understand how to take better pictures.

Do you know of or can you get hold of a cartoon style guide to Good Picture/Bad Picture? Sort of wonky horizon and a frown and a straight horizon and a smile?

by Ando Perez at 2012-01-11 04:56:03 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→

This is a great idea, I have also been teaching workshops to non-English speakers. I searched all over, including looking at books on Amazon aimed at kids, but nothing quite matches what you are suggesting. Hmm, that might be an opportunity, I should just go ahead and write that guide …

by BignoseTW | 11 Jan 2012 06:01 | Taipei, Taiwan | | Report spam→
oke…..just put two picture………then put letter to the good one with (ini komposisi bagus mean this is good picture with good composition) and the other bad one is with : (yang ini foto yang komposisinya jelek mean bad composition) any way if she/he in Jakarta I will freely accompany him with no charge at all, any it’s for the social purposae i believe and i love doing it. Please lemme now. Cheers.

by donal husni | 12 Jan 2012 03:01 | Pangandaran, Indonesia | | Report spam→

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Ando Perez, Writer & Photographer Ando Perez
Writer & Photographer
Brighton , United Kingdom
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(Tobie Openshaw)
Taipei , Taiwan
donal husni, Photographer donal husni
Serpong , Indonesia


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