In pursuit of light and color.
In this 3rd installment, I’ll touch upon the theme of the first article “Continuing taking photographs”, and then talk about the things I take photos of.
Momentary light, people around you, things around you.
Each could only have been encountered in the special moment of the present.
Slinging a camera around your neck, getting outside. Then when you feel that brush with destiny, press the shutter. For me the moment of taking a photo is a special encounter.
I pursue light and color in my photography. It’s not the moment by moment that matters, but the random encounter. It is preserving the chance encounter that motivates me to keep shooting.
The photos I’m showcasing feature chance encounters with light and color in daily life.
The photos are not individually planned, but are the product of chance, an opportunity that happens only once.
Extracting the color and light from the moment is the beauty of photography.
I could never let go of my camera. That’s because the colors and light that I encounter by chance are once in a lifetime instances.
Born in 1991 in Fukushima Prefecture, but now living in Tokyo.
He graduated from the Department of Photography, College of Art, Nihon University in 2014 and presently works in a studio in the capital.
2011 group exhibition 35,654,400 sec Gallery LE DECO
In 2012, he participated in the first Nihon University photographic exchange exhibition
In 2013, he participated in Nihon Daigaku’s 「2 newcomers, come on out!」Shinjuku Nikon salon bis exhibition