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We hope you’ll enjoy this month’s issue, it may seem a little shorter in pages, but the high quality articles and images from our amazing contributors make it into a stunning issue once again.
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Moshe Levis and the NOTINDOOR team
article by Elvianty Natasha The winner of NOTINDOOR Magazine’s International Photographer of The Year Awards will be given accommodations at the Alaya Resort Ubud. Located on the Indonesian island of Bali, amongst rice paddies and the foothills of Gianyar, the town of...read more
The Golden Tulip Bay View Hotel & Convention Bali is a modern and stylish four-star hotel located in Bali, Indonesia. The hotel boasts over 250 sophisticated rooms and suites, a wide range of leisure facilities for the whole family to enjoy, and some of Bali’s very...read more
Photos and article by Vishpala Kadam I was more than 3000 miles away from Yosemite National Park, in New England to be exact. Someone asked me where my favorite place to shoot was. Without thinking for more than a fraction of a second, I answered, “Yosemite!” A nice...read more
article and photos by Indiana Lang Photography can get expensive, very expensive. After a quick amazon search, the most expensive camera I could find was almost $5,000! This is quite a bit of money. Then when adding lenses, bags, tripods and everything you need and...read more
photos and article by Pedro Quintela I clearly remember a moment when I first started shooting, during a photowalk, where a person in the group mentioned another type of file that cameras could store images in, but that could only be opened by specific programs. “What...read more
Photos by Komang Pramana, article by Elvianty Natasha Hearing the word Bali will lead your imagination to a land of paradise. Once visited, that paradise becomes a place you want to go back to again and again. Bali is a land of a thousand temples, just as many...read more
Photos and stories by John Fredricks In northeast Tijuana, Mexico, an understaffed orphanage housing twenty to forty children lives out each day’s challenges of spoiled food, lack of parental guidance, and a lingering drug war, together as one...read more