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Hengki Lee
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Hengki Lee

I can get a vintage appearance to my work because the pinhole optic produces a unique hazy & grainy effect similar to old film.

Hengki Lee

Hengki Lee is an award-winning, self-taught visual artist and photographer from Jakarta, Indonesia. He started seriously learning photography and visual arts in 2009. Many of his works have been featured in prestigious International publications, such as Black and White Magazine and’s highly curated yearbook. The inspiration for his work comes from poetry, movies, and books he reads. His works are created simply on the concepts of curiosity, dreams, poetry and emotion. He makes his living at trading and enjoys freelance photography as a hobby and a second source of income.

Published on July 31, 2021
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