A Few Hours with Guntur Primagotama

Lucky me, that yesterday i attended a photography workshop in my town.
The workshop was been held with the keynote speaker, Guntur Primagotama. He is an industrial and aerial photographer.
The definition of Industrial Photography is “The practice of picture taking in the service of manufacturing.
The term is used broadly to include factory photography of processes, laboratory photography, studio photography of products, and field photography of activities such as procedures and testing”.
So, the duties of a photographer in here are…
Photographs various aspects of industries, such as machinery, equipment, and products, for training manuals, company literature, annual reports, publicity, equipment records, and so on; creates portraits of industry executives and staff; travels and works on location at factories and power plants.
In the beginning of workshop, all i know that this kinda photography must be a hard one…
but when i found out from his experiences… i was more shock! :)
Because beside that photography style need basic photography, lighting, etc…
To take this kinda pictures need a lots of preparations!
Such as : helmet, safety shoes, glasses, full body harness, flash light, head lamp, signal light and first aid kit!
And the more shocking thing is… we cant bring lots of assistants to help us in the field :)
That’s really need extra heavy duty things!
The photographer must have a safety certificate too.
And for The Aerial Photography is the same way…
The Aerial Photography is a photograph taken from an aircraft . We need to have a special preparations/plan, because renting an aircraft is very very expensive.

The Workshop Venue

The Workshop Venue

The Man behind the Scene

The Man behind the Scene

In Action

In Action

Workflow in Laptop

Workflow in Laptop

Site

Site

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