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A City of Ten Million
Photograph by Alexandra Boulat

Commuters swarm a Jakarta train during the morning rush. Indonesia’s severe economic downturn has struck even its capital city hard: One in three workers is jobless.



Camera: Canon EOS-1N
Film Type: Unrecorded
Lens: 70-200mm Canon zoom f/2.8
Speed and F-Stop: 1/125 @ f/5.6
Weather Conditions: Partly cloudy
Time of Day: 7:30 a.m.
Lighting Techniques: Natural +81B filter

Special Equipment or Comments:
Jakarta is crossed by a huge train network. The Jakarta trains are a story in themselves. People spend at least two hours of their day traveling by train. The trains are always overcrowded. The stations are little villages, with coffee shops and beggars.



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