I've been following Yuma's work ever since I saw his feature on Herschel Supply about Tokyo. Wandered 3 cities of Japan myself, seeing his work makes me wanna go back and admire the work of Street photographers.
In Japan, Spring Time is the time for the Cherry Blossoms. As I started to see many people sharing their pictures and experiences in my feed. It must be just an exhilarating experience to witness. I imagine the struggle of many photographers to capture such natural beauty with so many tourists at such a busy time of the year. With such commitment, we are featuring the work of Kenichi Ueno and his journey with the Cherry Blossoms.
Sometimes we just need some simple things to inspire us, good imagery and basic shapes can create an intriguing contrast like the one that Oliver K accomplished with his project titled Weekly Project: Abstract Shapes. He mixed stock photos with some shapes in a very seamless way. Of course the images are also quite amazing.
Today's post may strike you as a little eerie at first scroll but we're excited to share Genetic Portraits, a photographic research project exploring the similarities between different members of the same family. We love this fascinating and thought provoking photographic portrayal of family genetics by the talented Ulric Collette.
Collette is a photographer and graphic designer based in Québec City, Canada. For more information visit http://www.ulriccollette.com/