Behind The Celebration

Behind The Celebration, photo essay by Tomi Saputra

Festival are always being feasted annually, and usually there are small things change in content event each year.

However, it can’t be denied. Although the festival shows the same thing in every year, people are always enthusiastic to watch and celebrate it. Maybe it could be because they are curious about it, or because there are view free event to entertain people these day.

In this project, I took a picture about celebration of cap go meh festival at two different city in West Java, Indonesia. People are so excited and still watched the show even though it was raining in bogor, while in bandung, people attended the festival when sunshine’s brightly

(by Tomi Saputra)



Tomi Saputra

Tomi Saputra, born in Lintau, West Sumatera Province in 1 January 1990, at his childhood very interested in literature, when attended senior high school he began to know photography in 2005 along with the vga camera on the symbian phone started to become popular. in 2010, while he studied visual communication design at "Universitas Komputer Indonesia" (UNIKOM) bandung, he got involved more serious in photography. In 2016, he achieved EyeEm award 2016, finalist for the category The Photojournalism, the chosen work at this event was showed in an exhibition in Berlin, Germany and became the part of year book of the EyeEm Award 2016 event.

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