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Windows into Jakarta – a photo essay

Written by Timothy Swanston
35mm. f2.5 1/1600. Jordan McMullen works on his piece early in the morning, preparing for the big day ahead.

35mm. f2.5 1/1600. Jordan McMullen works on his piece early in the morning, preparing for the big day ahead.

35mm. f2.5 1/2000. A family sit together at Istiqlal Mosque.

35mm. f2.8 1/4000. Paul Smith, Bruce Woolley and Amani Vassiliou discuss tech problems at Fatahillah Square.

35mm. f2.5 1/3200. Mia Tyquin interviews a local at Fatahillah Square.

35mm. f2.2 1/2500. A man cuts the engine to his motorcycle to investigate my camera on the back streets of Depok.

35mm. f2.2 1/2500. A man cuts the engine to his motorcycle to investigate my camera on the back streets of Depok.

35mm. f2.2 1/640. A vendor prepares street food in Jakarta city.

35mm. f2.0 1/400. A cheery man sells bananas in the wet markets of Depok.

35mm. f2.0 1/4000. Washing hung out over the fence to the train line in Depok.

35mm. f5.0 1/1000. Bruce Woolley takes in the sights at Istiqlal Mosque.

35mm. f2.5 1/3200. Paul Smith shooting footage outside the Depok Wet Markets.

35mm. f1.6 1/100. Mia Tyquin rests her head after a long day of reporting.

About The Author
Timothy Swanston

Timothy has a passion for storytelling through the visual medium, with a keen eye for photography and an appetite for producing engaging content. Coming to Indonesia with a background in economics and political science, he is interested in learning how to report in a high-stakes environment and create interesting pieces on foreign affairs.

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