Frangipani (also called Plumeria) is one of the ...
People often ask me this question: we had a look at x other photographers (and there are so many in Bali!), what would you say makes you STAND OUT from the crowd and possibly other competitors?
I'd say ability to COMMUNICATE on a deeper level and choice to CARE about PEOPLE, RELATIONSHIPS and FEELINGS more than we do about camera gear or social media trends which often become cliché and boring anyway.
We aren't very fond of commercial stereotypes and are always OPEN to your non-standard IDEAS. We believe in AUTHENTICITY, value of GENUINE EXPERIENCE, INTUITION and IMAGINATION, your desire and courage to be simply who you are.
We see that many people these days are entrenched in the 'herd mentality: they try so hard to fit in, copy and paste, be like the majority, like 'grey elephants'.
If like us, you prefer to think your own way and often feel like a PINK ELEPHANT, then we're probably a GREAT MATCH.
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Iconographie Bali 2020.
YOUR TRUE STORY: WEDDING AND FAMILY PHOTOJOURNALISM
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Photos by Tino, Pande, Adi and Didi
Photos by Tino and Didi
Photos by Tino and Dimas
Yvonne and Mark are on vacation in Bali, chilling out at the pool when their local driver suddenly runs away carrying their cute little daughter Noa. Yvonne is distraught. She calls the local police which turns out to be useless. So the couple decides to buy some guns and take justice in their own hands. They keep chasing the kidnapper having no idea where to find him. Finally the kidnapper calls to make an appointment with Yvonne asking her to bring the money. Mark is also there hiding. He captures the kidnapper getting his and Yvonne's daughter back. Concept and photos by Tino and Livio
The story about the village girl who was taken away from home in return of her father's debt to the mafia's Boss. The mobster teaches her to properly dress and use the gun, and the two eventually fall in love. The Boss however wants his money back so the couple is on the run. Their love story ends after successfully killing the people who were chasing them. The girl returns the ring to her fiancé as she decides to return home in order to help her family. Concept by Tino. Execution by Tino and Pande
Conceptual honeymoon photoshoot in Bali featuring lovely married couple Sylvia and Manoj hailing from Singapore. It's basically a story about ups and downs common in every relationship, about love and ego. Photography by Tino and Pande
Snippets and casual moments from our life on the Island Of The Gods with our two most precious gifts: son Leonardo and daughter Mikhaela. Photos by Tino
Photos from various sessions in Bali with families coming from different countries from all around the world: Australia, Singapore, Honk Kong, Denmark. Moldavia, United States, Netherlands, Germany, France and UK, just to name a few. Photos by Tino, Didi, Dimas and Aki
Abby is a burlesque artist from Perth and her husband Ash drummer in the punk/thrash band called Sculphunter. Both are tattooed and looking ROCKING COOL with their two playful blonde daughters in the picturesque Taman Bali Festival. What more could one WANT? Photos by Tino and Didi
We develop our work in two branches: one is CONCEPTUAL, where we draw the concepts out of our imagination together with the client and let them PLAY the desired ROLE. The other branch is DOCUMENTARY PHOTOJOURNALISM we apply to most of our WEDDING and FAMILY work. Here, we interfere and ‘move things around’ as little as possible. For example, if we see the mother of the bride about to cry seeing her daughter in the wedding dress for the first time, or the child is a bit ‘moody’ not wanting to cooperate, we don’t move them into the ‘better light’ and ‘force them to smile’, but rather let the REAL emotions and moments UNFOLD.