Magical Photos Of Early Spring In Japan Captured By Hidenobu Suzuki – Design You Trust

Magical Photos Of Early Spring In Japan Captured By Hidenobu Suzuki


“My profession is beautician. My photographs are like Japanese paintings. I think that realism is more Western style. Japanese like to express emotions and spiritual feelings through the landscape photography”, says Hidenobu Suzuki.

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“Contemporary theater, art and music stimulate the brain and increase mood. Emotional art heal people and leads the society to harmony. I took a challenge to capture emotions with my camera. Using logical thinking at photography results in better attention to the detail, but there is a tendency to get bored. Working with feelings and looking for emotions is more relaxing.”


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