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Despite staying at home in order to contain the spread of COVID-19, and not being able to conduct his usual activities, photographer Tommy A. Siahaan has found a way to stay in touch with his creativity.
He recently introduced ‘Shooting From a Distance’, a photography concept in which the photo shooting takes place virtually with the help of technology. (Photo Courtesy: Tommy A. Siahaan)
(JP/I Gede Darma JS and Vela Andapita)