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Magical Fine Art Portrait Photography By Shinji Watanabe

Shinji Watanabe is a talented self-taught photographer, animator and art director from Meguro who currently lives and works in Tokyo, Japan. Shinji focuses on portraiture, he shoots a lot of conceptual, fine art and commercial photography. Watanabe uses Nikon D800 and Hasselblad H3D II-39 cameras.

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