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The WPJA at a glance: The Wedding Photojournalist Association puts the best Indonesia wedding photographers at your fingertips, by granting membership only to the most talented professional wedding photographers in the world--photographers who focus solely on using their documentary photography skills to capture ‘the moments’ of your wedding day.
My name is MangKhris. I was born in Bali. This beautiful island is known as the Island of Gods. I am deeply interested in carrying on the very vast and unique traditions of my community. The first time I came in contact with the world of photography was in 2006. I then used a DSLR camera, which was a gift from a friend.
I always feel that I'm so lucky to be born and raised in Bali. To be surrounded by the spectacular views lead me to a love of cultural and landscape photography. I was in English literature school when i bought my first DSLR camera. Since then, I've never stopped shooting.
I was born in Austria and studied Art at Vienna's reputable University for Music and Performing Arts, as well as IT at the Technical University Vienna. I visited Bali for the first time in 1989 and immediately fell in love with this enchanting island.
Stepan has been photographing weddings and love affairs for more then ten years.
Liam Collard’s innovative photojournalistic style combined with his creative lighting expertise and enthusiasm to work closely with “to be” bride and grooms, offers the perfect combination for couples looking for extraordinary wedding photography.
Hi Stepan, It's hard to express in words how unbelievable your photos were! You really were fantastic :) Thank you so much for being our wedding photographer. Throughout the process, from discussing ideas with you in...
My husband, George, and I would like to tell you what an awesome job you did for our wedding. They are absolutely stunning!!! The photos are beyond my expectation! You are truly wonderful and talented, and have done a...
Getting Married in Indonesia
Across its assortment of beautiful islands, Indonesia offers wedding couples a variety of distinct ethnicities, languages, cultures and religious customs that will bring a distinctive wedding experience. Indonesia consists of an incredible 17,508 islands, making it the worlds largest archipelagic state with an enormous variety of scenic wedding locations. Each wedding held here will possess its own unique flavor but will surely reflect certain facets of the diverse wedding traditions of Indonesia. Wedding photographers will be able to artistically capture the bride and groom, who are typically dressed in black velvet, according to many Indonesian customs. At the same time, shooting the ceremony amongst the sweet customary jasmine flowers will encapsulate the romance and excitement of the wedding festivities. Java is a fairly small island of Indonesia and is home to more than half of the countrys population as well as the capital city of Jakarta. Bali is a dream destination for both wedding couples and honeymooners, offering the best of tropical scenery, from stunning beaches to magnificent volcanoes. Sumatra is the second largest island, containing towering volcanoes and beautiful foothills, as well as hot springs, rivers and lakes. Another popular island is Lombok, an island with pepper-like sand and the ominous Mount Rinjani volcano. In addition, Lombok features a dramatic dance tradition that many find captivating to observe. Whatever the style or location in this country, the memories of an Indonesian wedding are certain to remain forever, especially through the outstanding photographs shot by a professional destination wedding photojournalist.
WPJA Indonesia Photographers will travel to:
Bali • Java • Kalimantan • Lombok • Madura • Nias • Riau Archipelago • Sulawesi • Sumatra • Timor • Jawa Barat (West Java) • Jawa Tengah (Central Java) • Jawa Timur (East Java)Kalimantan Barat • Kalimantan Tengah • Kalimantan Timur • Maluku • Nusa Tenggara Barat • Nusa Tenggara Timur • Papua (Irian Jaya) • Riau • Sulawesi Utara • Sumatera Barat • Sumatera Utara • Yogyakarta • Aceh • Badung • Balikpapan • Bandung • Banjarmasin • Banyuwangi • Bekasi • Bogor • Bukittinggi • Cirebon • Cucukan • Denpasar • Gianyar • Jakarta • Jepara • Jimbaran • Karangasem • Kendari • Kuta • Malang • Manado • Mataram • Medan • Palembang • Pasuruan • Pontianak • Salatiga • Samarinda • Sanur • Semarang • Senggigi • Sleman • Sumedang • Surabaya • Surakarta • Tangerang • Ubud • Ujungpandang