I've been experimenting with out of focus images again. I find it so interesting that we discard a photograph just because it isn't pixel pusher sharp. This fascination with having ever image sharp is a strange phenomenon. For myself, I find it refreshing and freeing to accept that not everything I capture or even see is as clear as modern lenses can interoperate it. Life isn't high-res, so why do we need to capture it in such a way? What is the benefit of sharp images on a 6-inch screen?
When was the last time you discarded an image because it wasn't sharp?
今週木曜より写真展”VORTEX”をAkio Nagasawa Gallery Aoyamaにて開催いたします。同時にCase publishingから写真集”VORTEX”が発売となります。
Photo exhibition “VORTEX” is almost ready! ———
photo exhibition “VORTEX”
📍Akio Nagasawa Gallery Aoyama @akio_nagasawa_gallery 📆Jan 30-Feb29, 2020(Closed on Sun. Mon. Tue. Thur. National Holiday)
🍾Opening reception: Jan 30 6:30pm-
You are all more than welcome to visit the exhibition.