Architecture Photography: Fatahillah Museum

History give a form of the past for those who interest. Even if we don’t want to know, we can see history in every place. Just take a look of many old building in Indonesia that many has become museum. Like Fatahillah Museum, a dutch architectural style building, and that beg a question, why is that?

Little bit about Fatahillah Museum

It should be remember that for 300 years, Indonesia has been a Dutch’s Colony and it never been easy. This Museum is one of many proof of that history. The former Asian headquarter of VOC, now became the Jakarta History Museum or known more better as Fatahillah Museum.

More Detail of the Photography

Sony a58 with Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 at 67 sec, f/10, ISO100

This old architecture is taken as a black and white fine art architecture photography taken in long exposure. Taken in landscape format directly straight in front of the entry of the building as my main subject. With three main composition from bottom (ground), middle (building), and sky (top). Edited in Lightroom and Photoshop to convert it into black and white and then make it darker.

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