weekly photo challenge curve photography fotografi batik fractal canting

Weekly Photo Challenge – Curve


Bismillah…

I have found a beautiful small curve from an interesting object. We call it “batik canting” stamp. As we know that batik is one of the famous tradition-based creations originally from Indonesia. Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth. The patterns come from a combination of dots, lines, and also curves with so many detailed characteristics and philosophies. There are two ways of creating batik pattern, manually drawing by using a “canting“, and print it repeatedly by a certain sized of stamp. This one is a sample of contemporary batik stamps which owned by our friend, Batik Fractal.

weekly photo challenge curve photography fotografi batik fractal canting
Technical Details:
Nikkor AF-D 50mm f/1.8; Focal length 50mm; Shutter speed 0.05 s; ISO 200;
Location:
Bandung, West Java – Indonesia

This post is a submission for this week’s photo challenge – curve from Daily Post.


Salam jepret!!

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