La beauté du Japon prend des airs d’aquarelles | Takashi Komatsubara

Le Japon est un pays magnifique : sa nature est régulièrement célébrée par les artistes de l’image que ce soit au printemps ou tout au long des autres saisons. Pour ce qui est de Takashi Komatsubara, ses photos enchanteresses rappellent une nouvelle fois la fascinante beauté de ce pays.

Frozen Autumn Woods
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Shadow of TORII
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Ray of Light
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“Sur ces Photos la Beauté du Japon Prend des Airs d’Aquarelles — by Nat”
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Deep Forest
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Mt. Fuji by Takashi

Mt. Fuji by Takashi
“I’m an amateur photographer specialized in Mt Fuji…”

Flow of clouds (Blue ink version)
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Moonlit Night
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Spot light
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Colorful ngiht view
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Boats at dawn (Blue ink version)
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Over the lake
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Cloud veil
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Mt. Fuji by Takashi
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Spirited Away

Karlie Kloss in Vogue US March 2017 by Mikael Jansson

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Photography: Mikael Jansson
Model: Karlie Kloss
Styling: Phyllis Posnick
Hair: Julian D’Ys
Make-Up: Hannah Murray
Location: Ise-Shima National Park, Japan
Vogue US March 2017

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Yodobashi Camera

Yodobashi Camera
Au coeur du plus grand magasin photo au monde

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Chasseur d’Images n° 390 – Janvier-février 2017

Après deux numéro hyper techniques, pour cause de Guide d’achat des appareils et de Guide d’achat des objectifs, Chasseur d’Images revient a sa formule habituelle, plus variée, faisant une juste place aux infos sur le matériel, à l’actualité culturelle, aux conseils pratiques, à vos images et, bien sûr, aux bancs d’essai.

Celebrating seven decades of Sony with incredible series of photographs taken on α7 series

Seven inspiring European photographers explored Japan in an attempt to unearth the past, present and future influences of Japanese culture.
As Sony enters its 70th anniversary year, seven high-profile α7 series photographers have visited the homeland of the brand with the mission of capturing the spirit of Japan to foster a greater understanding of the influences that guide Sony to this day. The ‘#ase7ens’ each explored the seven pillars of Sony’s core values and used their full-frame cameras to bring them to life in a range of stunning images.

Sony70aDelivering beauty: @bobbyanwar, a7rii, 135mm F1.8 ZA

Sony70bPassion & Dignity: @neumarc, a7ii, 35mm 1.4 ZA

Sony70cEngineering Excellence: @berlinstagram, a7rii, FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS

Sony70dShowing the future: @cirkeline, a7rii, 24-70mm F2.8 ZA

Sony70eEnergy and Excitement: @vutheara, a7rii, FE 55mm F1.8 ZA

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VuTheara Kham (France), Dan Rubin (UK), Ana Barros (Austria/Portugal), Michael Schulz (Germany) Marco Gaggio (Italy), Christina N.Anderson (Denmark) and Bobby Anwar (Denmark/Sweden) immersed themselves in Japanese culture to explore Sony’s well-grounded roots. The results are outstanding images on seven different themes, capturing the many intricacies and complexities that shape Sony’s brand identity.

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Oita Japan | Iwao Yamamoto

Landscape photography of Oita Japan
by Iwao Yamamoto

IwaoYamamoto11aTasibunoshow at evening
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IwaoYamamoto11bKujyu mountain range is the most famous mountain at Kyushu
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IwaoYamamoto11cYufuin the tourist spot famous in Japan
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IwaoYamamoto11dWaterfall in Chinda
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IwaoYamamoto11eOkajyoshi is the old castle
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IwaoYamamoto11fBungo Futamigaura
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Landscape photography of Oita Japan
by Iwao Yamamoto

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A Virtual Photography Workshop For The Digital Age

A Virtual Photography Workshop For The Digital Age
Presented by Michael Levin

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Learn the tools and techniques to improve your photography while following international award-winning photographer Michael Levin on an interactive virtual tour of Japan. Never before has a digital workshop gone to such lengths to give you a visceral experience of what is involved in finding, composing and sharpening a scene into a beautifully evocative photograph. The layout of this virtual workshop – and incredibly unique video experience – allows participants a personal look at Japan as Michael sees it – literally looking over his shoulder while sitting comfortably at your computer.

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