Photo © Cain Shimizu
I found black and white tiles lined up in a seaside park. A man passed by the place. It seemed to me as if it had slipped into a different space.
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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