Arbain Rambey: A Digital Maestro in Photojournalism


Arbain Rambey: a digital maestro in Photojournalism.

In the vibrant world of Indonesian photojournalism, the name Arbain Rambey stands out with a brilliance that needs no introduction. 

A quick Google search will yield countless narratives about this jovial and witty figure. Arbain is a social butterfly, consistently leveraging digital media to showcase his work and affirm his presence in the industry.

The natural splendor of Borobudur Temple

This morning, true to his digital prowess, Arbain shared a captivating piece of his photographic history on his Facebook page. Arbain recounted the story behind one of his renowned photographs that captures the natural splendor of Borobudur Temple. 

Contrary to popular belief, this stunning image wasn’t taken with a drone. Arbain revealed, "This photo of Borobudur is often thought to have been taken with a drone. I captured it from Hotel Amanjiwo, where the likes of Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger, David Bowie, and Richard Chamberlain have stayed..."

A screenshot of Arbain Rambey's Facebook page this morning.

His post continued, noting that this particular photograph now graces the home of a celebrity, adding yet another layer to its illustrious journey. This is a testament to Arbain’s ability to blend historical richness with modern allure, producing works that resonate widely and find a place in prestigious settings.

Capturing timeless moments in a Digital Era

Arbain’s engagement with digital platforms not only highlights his exceptional talent but also his adaptability in an ever-evolving media landscape. His online presence serves as a dynamic gallery, showcasing a lifetime of work that spans iconic landmarks, cultural treasures, and candid moments of everyday life.

Each post, like this morning’s reflection on Borobudur, offers a glimpse into the stories behind his lens, inviting his audience to see the world through his unique perspective.

In a profession where images speak louder than words, Arbain Rambey’s photographs are eloquent narrators of time, place, and emotion. His ability to capture and share these moments through digital media ensures that his legacy is as enduring as the historical sites he so masterfully photographs.

-- Masri Sareb Putra

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