Greg The Traveller

Stories behind my journeys

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Spectacular skies


Today, I saw amazing views on the plane from Bintulu to Singapore (passing over Kuala Lumpur). The weather kept changing rapidly and so the skies were spectacular.



Leaving Bintulu, Malaysia


Approaching Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Approaching Singapore




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Photography Course for beginners 2016

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If you’re interested to learn more about the basics of photography, without having to buy all sorts of expensive equipment, you’re more than welcomed to join my class. I will show you how to make the most out of a simple camera! 

This class is meant for beginners and casual photographers.

Schedule : Any day of your choice (including weekends)

Location : Any location of your choice 
Time        : Between 10.00 and 15.00 (including an hour break from 12.00 to 13.00)

Price per person :

US$ 100.00          for 01-04 people
US$   75.00          for 05-08 people
US$   50.00          for 09-12 people max

(Classes can be taught in either English or Indonesian, depending on your preference)

Course Structure:

– Introduction to Photography
– Understanding your camera
– Simple non-tedious tricks to take better photos
– Basic Photography Presentation and Tips on how to use them

What to bring:
Your own camera – any type of camera is alright

Who is Greg?

Greg has been a professional photographer since 1991. Additionally, he was a photographer instructor for the International Community Activity Center (ICAC) in Kemang, and other places in Jakarta starting in 1994. 

Greg has held photography exhibitions in Singapore, Cambodia, Jakarta and Timika, where his works were featured at the Freeport Indonesia Gallery. 

Till this day, his passion for photography still burns as he continues to work with both national and international companies and organizations around the world.

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Helicopter flight to F 23Q, South China sea

This is one of my most stunning trips, in which I was assigned to take pictures of a natural gas plant (F23Q) located in offshore Malaysia, specifically the South China sea.

I was able to witness the life of a small and remote working community. It wasn’t easy for these people, who had to live far away from their families.


Mt. Krakatau, as seen on the flight from Jakarta to Kuala Lumpur:

In the middle you can see Sebesi (left) and Sebuku (right) islands. On the forefront you can see the tip of Sumatra.