Nicola Longobardi is an independent photographer, who is based in Indonesia. At age 25, he was a student of the well-known Beijing Culture and Languages University in Beijing and during that period he decided to dedicate his life to photography....
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Journalist, Videographer, Health, Travel, Video Editor, Documentary, Photography, Portraiture, Director of Photography, Freelance, Civil Rights and Social Inequality, Humanitarian, Assignments, Portrait Photography
Skills:Lighting Tech, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premier, Apple Final Cut Pro, Photo Editing, Black & White Printing, Photojournalism, Video Editing, Film Processing, Film Photography, Photoshop
Arrests and Prosecutions, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Combat, Freedom, Hongkong, Human Rights, Politics, Protests, Revolution
Unrevealing the truth behind Chinese propaganda. After the start of the protests against the extradition bill in Hong Kong in June 2019, the Chinese media played the movement down and described the protesters as “a bunch of pampered university students”. However, after months of following and portraying the protestors, I realised that many of them were actual no students, but came from all social economic levels, genders and ages. It were also confirmed by the Hong Kong police statistics which reported that only around 40% of all arrests were students.