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PROFILE

Kohji Suwa

Kohji Suwa

Born in Tokyo in 1968, Suwa dropped out of the Nihon University College of Art. He is a member of the Japan Advertising Photographers' Association (APA). He serves as the director of LIGHT PARTY Inc. and directs Project Sharyu. He is also a lecturer at the Kyoto University of Art and Design.

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http://www.LightParty.jp/
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Water Transformation

  • Three States of Water #1

    Three States of Water #1

  • Three States of Water #2

    Three States of Water #2

  • Three States of Water #3

    Three States of Water #3

MESSAGE

I have no intention of limiting the types of motifs I choose for my photos, but I almost always seem to turn my eye to nature, and, thinking back, I have frequently ended up with water as my main subject. As I set out to prepare my images for this project, I decided that I would express my own take on the three states of water. I have not done anything special. I simply did what I had been doing for a long time. I may have changed over from film to digital, but this only means a change in devices and the expression has not changed at all. That is my way of doing things. I have no intention of giving long explanations about my work. I just want viewers to feel the images. And if what they feel is the same as what I tried to express or what I felt at the time the photo was taken, that would give me the greatest joy as a photographer. What can you see? What can you hear? How heavy does it feel? What is the atmosphere like? If each viewer is moved to look at such things, that is all it takes for an artist to be happy.

Feedback on having used 18-270mm (Model B008)

This was truly the ideal lens for the shooting I did for this project. The wide angle-of-view coverage was able to handle any scene presented by all three states of water, and what is more, the image quality is excellent. This lens truly demonstrated the strong capabilities of Tamron.

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