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Andie Makkawaru

Andie Makkawaru



Just Call me "Andie" [EASY going, COOL insides....SIMPLE person...] Base in Jakarta Accepting portfolio assignments and fashion related photography work, pre wedding, Wedding Journalism, Product Shoot, Commercial Adv. Portraiture. Lead Photographer at Tikma Photography I´ve always been interested in colours , shape and model, but I´ve never seemed to been able to express it. Mainly cause I suck at drawing, so to find photography as a way of share and document the world as I see it, seems to be the perfect forum/tool for me. I am thankful for all the wonderful people that had helped me these last few years. I am still learning and having a great time in this journey...
  • Nikon D70s
  • Fujifilm FinePixS2Pro
  • Nikon D3
  • Nikon D700
  • Nikon D7000
  • Nikon D300
  • Nikon D90
  • Angineux 28-70mm f.2.6
  • Tamron 17-35mm f.2.8
  • Nikon 18-200mm f.3.5
  • Nikon 80-200mm f.2.8
  • Nikon 17-35mm f.2.8
  • Nikon 24-70mm f.2.8
  • Nikon 135mm DC f.2.0
  • Nikon 18-70mm f.3.5
  • Nikon 50mm f.1.8
  • Nikon 50mm f.1.4
  • Nikon 35mm f.2.0
  • Nikon 85mm f.1.8
  • Nikon 105mm f.2.8
  • Pocket Wizard FlexTT5
  • GE Lighting Set
  • Nikon SB600
  • Nikon SB700
  • Nikon SB800
  • MacBook Pro 15'
  • iMac i5 27'


Published November 28th, 2011

Old age, calm, expanded, broad with the haughty breadth of the universe, old age flowing free with the delicious near-by freedom of death. Edith Wharton (1862 – 1937)

About Location

Taman Prasasti Museum or Museum of Memorial Stone Park is a museum located in Jakarta, Indonesia. The museum was formerly a cemetery, built by the Dutch colonial government in 1795 as a final resting place for noble Dutchmen. Several important person that was buried in the cemetery area are Olivie Mariamne Raffles - the first wife of British governor general Thomas Stamford Raffles - and Indonesian youth activist Soe Hok Gie. The cemetery area is the oldest of its kind in Jakarta and may have been the oldest modern cemetery in the world by comparison with the Fort Canning Park (1926) in Singapore, Gore Hill Cemetery (1868) in Sydney, Père Lachaise (1803) in Paris, and Mount Auburn Cemetery (1831) in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The cemetery was officially opened on September 28, 1797, although people had bee ...

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