Photo © Cain Shimizu
Swan Flying Down
When the sun rises, the swans are about to fly away. However, some young birds did not fly well. The parent bird watching it swooped down from the sky. It was like an angel.
Cain Shimizu JAPAN
Cain Shimizu was born in 1970 in Osaka, Japan.
I became interested in cameras when I was in high school. At that time, the goal was to shoot the Blue Impulse, an acrobatic flight team.
After that, I didn't shoot for a while, but when I was 30 I started shooting again. At that time, I was mainly shooting landscapes in color.
However, around 2018, I started taking monochrome photographs in earnest.
I was convinced that taking a work in black and white would more accurately represent the scenery I felt.
Since then, I have been shooting mainly Japanese landscapes and streets. Also, as in this work, I shoot with the theme of a park.
I also like listening to music (mainly jazz), watching paintings, and reading books. Because I think I can get inspiration.
I think I want you to feel the wonderful scenery of Japan from my work.
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