Indonesia Wedding Photographers

Lifestyle Photography in Indonesia

Jakarta, Bali, Surabaya, Tangerang, Depok, Palembang, Bandung, Medan, Semarang, Bekasi

Find your Indonesia lifestyle photographer to capture the natural dynamics of your family in a beautiful and artistic way. When you hire one of our lifestyle photographers to do your next portrait session, you will receive images that showcase you and your loved ones in the best possible light. The Lifestyle Photographers Association of Asia:

Map of Lifestyle Photographers Serving Indonesia

4 Available Lifestyle Photographers...

Vincent MA is a Lifestyle Photographer in Beijing, China

My specialty is creative documentary photography, weaving moments into my images that are iconic symbols of the day. With a background in photojournalism, I am a storyteller at heart and have been recognized internationally for my work.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA
Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Ksenia Kruglova, Lifestyle Photographer for Russia and Moscow.

I’m Ksenia, professional photographer since 2013, based in Moscow, Russia. "Why family photography?", you may ask. Thanks to my ancestors I inherited vast photo archive of my own family, so that grand and even grand-grand parents’ lives were known to me since childhood. That’s why I always believed that documentary photography could be a real base for a family to identify itself so. My promise, as you family photographer, is to capture beauty of everyday life moments that your life goes through. So that your grand-grand children could open up family album and meet you as if it happened in a real life. Speaking about education, I have a degree in sociology obtained in Moscow, Russia and CAP photography diploma obtained in Paris, France. So if you speak Russian, English or French we’ll definitely find a common language :)

Briony Walker is a Lifestyle Photographer - Queensland and Brisbane in Australia

I realised with a sinking heart that I have very few images of me being a mother when my kids were babies. But I know this is what inspires me to photograph 'in the trenches' for other mothers. I want to say to all mums: "You MUST have a documentary session of your family while it's all SO HARD!" You might not feel that you want evidence of the piles of laundry, the minefield of Lego in the hallway, the half-finished renovations or myriad other scenarios that often come with raising small people but I have never had a client regret investing the time to have this style of session done. Maybe you feel parenting young children is really hard (like me) or maybe you are a natural and you relish these days of small sticky hands, endless hugs and snacks. Whichever it is, once these days and those stages of development are gone you can never get them back.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA