Indonesian photographer between 2015 and 2019 Daniel Tjongari made several hikes to a complex of white sand beaches that are next to the Indian Ocean. He wanted to capture the swaying coastal region over time, a project that resulted in a series of dramatic, ethereal images that highlighted the region’s beauty. He divides the photographer through monochromatic shots Elliot ErwittUnderstanding that “color is destructive. Black and white is interpretive. “- Tjongari frames the rocky expanses and waterfalls of Sawarna Beach in various states, whether wrapped in thick fog or in a brief moment of calm.
Tjongari is a SONY Alpha Professional Photographer for SONY INDONESIA. He recently traveled to the White Crater in West Java Province to film a new series that he will soon be sharing Behance and Instagram.
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