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PHOTOGRAPHER

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COMMUNITY / Our Lives / WHY DID YOU LEAVE JAPAN?
Nov 16, 2019
Yoshi Shimizu: Curiosity and the camera
Taking an elective course on photography while studying business in California changed the whole course of Yoshi Shimizu's career.
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COMMUNITY / Our Lives / 20 QUESTIONS
Jan 12, 2019
Aki Fujita Taguchi on life behind the camera
Rock photographer Aki Fujita Taguchi reveals how to snap the essence of a band in just three songs.
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JAPAN
Dec 28, 2018
Well-known Japanese photojournalist Ryuichi Hirokawa admits to sexual harassment
Ryuichi Hirokawa, an internationally recognized Japanese photojournalist, has admitted to sexual harassment that was reported by a weekly magazine, according to a publisher for which he served as a director.
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COMMUNITY / Our Lives / 20 QUESTIONS
Jul 28, 2018
Photography: A journey of passion and joy
Name: Nico Perez
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COMMUNITY / Our Lives / WHY DID YOU LEAVE JAPAN?
Mar 10, 2018
An odyssey from brain scientist to creative mind
Satoki Nagata, a neuroscientist-turned-photographer captures the fleeting nature of life experiences in Chicago
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COMMUNITY / Our Lives
Feb 10, 2018
'Insta-gran' Kimiko Nishimoto discovers that it's never too late to experiment with inventive photography
There's a lot more to the 89-year-old Instagrammer than her wacky selfies.
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CULTURE / Art
Aug 16, 2016
'Thomas Ruff'
Aug. 30-Nov. 13
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JAPAN
Jul 15, 2014
Photographer exhibits Vietnam War photos
Photographer Bunyo Ishikawa, who documented the Vietnam War and its aftermath over several decades, has been marking the 50th anniversary of his first trip to that country with a special exhibition.
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JAPAN
Apr 25, 2014
Nuclear disaster eclipses East Timor, Somalia conflicts: photographer
Dominic Nahr, a photojournalist with Magnum Photos, feels even more horrified in Fukushima Prefecture than he does in such conflict-ravaged countries as East Timor or Somalia.
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JAPAN
Oct 18, 2013
Photojournalist wins prize for revealing Kyrgyzstan's abduction weddings
Noriko Hayashi, a photojournalist based in Tokyo, spent four months in Kyrgyzstan last year to document the mysterious bride kidnappings in the Central Asian country.
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JAPAN
Sep 17, 2013
Photographer falls under Mount Fuji's magic spell
Fifty-year-old Shoichi Ono has scaled Mount Fuji every year for the past nine years, spending a total of more than 80 days on the mountain, photographing views from the top such as the rising sun and dynamic cloud formations.
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JAPAN
Sep 12, 2013
Photographer 'faces future' with portraits of centenarians
The idea of getting old scares most of us. We don't want to think about getting wrinkles, becoming bedridden or succumbing to Alzheimer's disease. Still, we must come to terms with the fact that growing old is a reality for all of us lucky enough to live long lives.
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CULTURE / Art
Aug 12, 2013
Toyokazu Nagano: Dad's pictures of the kids that others do want to see
In 2008, Toyokazu Nagano, like proud parents do, started taking pictures of his daughters: eating breakfast, playing outdoors — slices of everyday life. However, for each candid image he took, he was vexed by missing another perfect moment.
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JAPAN
Aug 6, 2013
Local photographer captures 42 years of Okinawa
Okinawan photographer Hiroaki Yamashiro has captured his prefecture's culture, nature and the struggle of its people against the U.S. military presence for more than four decades.
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JAPAN
May 10, 2013
Photographer retraces footsteps of grandfather, great-grandfather in U.S.
Misaki Matsui shed a tear as she stood in a vineyard in Southern California, viewing the same scenery captured in one of her late grandfather's photos.
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JAPAN
Apr 3, 2013
War photographer feels compelled to cover Africa strife Japan ignores
War photographer Ryo Kameyama, 37, is no stranger to danger, having lost the sight in his left eye due to a stray bullet in 2000 while covering the Palestinian conflict. But he feels drawn to Africa, where he has witnessed rampant violence and where he feels Japan's media don't tread.
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COMMUNITY / Our Lives / WHO'S WHO
Feb 19, 2013
Journey to Kenya turns writer's life on its head, spurs Africa fascination
It was a single visit to Kenya in 1972 that completely changed Michio Hiraiwa's philosophy on life. He fell in love with the country, and visited there 150 times over the past 40 years. Once a workaholic, Hiraiwa says he now leads a stress-free and relaxed life, visiting Kenya and Tanzania four times...
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COMMUNITY / Our Lives
Feb 15, 2013
British photographer documents lives outside the lines
Uchujin, aka Adrian Storey, a British photographer and filmmaker based in Tokyo, drolly explains his rather unusual business moniker: 'I'd rather be an alien than an outsider.'
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Feb 8, 2013
Tokyo-based Singapore photographer arrested for nude male photos freed
Prosecutors have released Singaporean photographer Leslie Kee, who was arrested Monday in Tokyo on suspicion of selling photo collections containing images of male genitalia, police sources said Thursday.
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Feb 6, 2013
Photog Leslie Kee nabbed for selling genitalia pics
Singaporean photographer Leslie Kee and two others have been arrested on suspicion of selling photo collections containing images of male genitalia in Tokyo, an act police say constitutes illegal distribution of obscene documents.

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