After using Fujifilm X-T20 for two years, I found two things with the camera that limited me in doing my photography style. The camera autofocus, when paired with wide-aperture lenses, can be unreliable in capturing movements. Also, the lenses I have don’t allow me some flexibility in focal length while maintaining really shallow depth of field at the same time. In summary, I like having a wide-aperture zoom lens, and the best that I can get is a 16-55 f/2.8 lens.
Moving to Copenhagen gave me a lot of free time for myself. I still remember the very first few days I working here: it was 5:30 PM, I was already home, and I did not know what to do! As an Indonesian, I was never used to having so much free time after work.
So I decided to pick up photography again after several years, and started thinking to get a proper camera. “What kind of camera do you want?” I asked myself.
The company I work for, Teradata, believes in the power of data. We believe that data, in the right competent hands with the right set of tools, and managed by a proper process, will give tremendous advantages to the organisation which owns and analyses it. That is the reason why Teradata has products, services, methodologies, and partners that revolve around data and analytics.
Sejak gue kecil, gue selalu pengen nyoba naik kereta di pegunungan Alpen. Seperti yang gue lihat di film-film, gue pengen naik kereta yang melewati pegunungan bersalju, sambil menikmati indahnya gunung berselimut salju lainnya di horizon…
Terus sambil menyeruput coklat hangat. Beuh.
Dibandingin berlibur di kota-kota besar, gue lebih pengen backpacking dan menikmati suasana desa-desa atau kota-kota kecil di Eropa yang tenang dan indah. Gue pengen menjelajahi kastil-kastil dan rumah-rumah tua di sana. Gue juga pengen mendaki gunung. Gue pengen melewati lembah, juga melihat sungai yang mengalir indah ke samudera. Siapa tahu nanti gue ketemu Ninja Hatori.