George Nobechi is a Japanese/Canadian Fine Art and Documentary Photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. His bi-cultural upbringing has influenced his vision that simultaneously makes him an insider and outsider to both Western and Eastern cultures. His contemplative work is often described as depicting a warm feeling of humanity.

Nobechi launched the inaugural Santa Fe Workshops programs in Asia before moving on in 2017 to start his own initiative, Nobechi Creative, which produces workshops and tours in Japan, as well as exhibitions, artist talks, community events, and major photo projects. Through Nobechi Creative, he has collaborated with artists such as Jamey Stillings on his renewable energy project "Changing Perspectives, Japan," Sam Abell on his retrospective exhibition "Hagi, 1980," as well as Arthur Meyerson and Greg Gorman.

Nobechi currently resides in Tokyo, where he is focused on creating projects related to the human condition in rapidly-changing Japan.

 

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George Nobechi

Nobechi Creative Workshops

Jamey Stillings

 

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Category:photography -- posted at: 8:19am PST

Hokkaido-born and based photographer Eiji Ohashi (b. 1955, Japan) has been photographing Roadside Lights, a typology of vending machines across various cities and landscapes in Japan for years.

Artist Statement on the series 'Roadside Lights':

As dusk approaches, roadside vending machines light up in cities and in the outskirts. These scenes of vending machines, ordinarily standing on the roadside, are particular to Japan. The vending machines downtown or in the wilderness, placed to stand in solitude, are an image of loneliness. They work tirelessly, whether it is day or night. But once their sales drop, they are taken away. If they do not glow and shine, they will stop existing. There might be something human about them.’

Ohashi won awards such as NIKATEN, between 1991-2005 he won these four 5 times, also won 11 times the JPS Award between 1990-2005. In 2016 the Moscow international photo awards. In 2017 he won the Photo-eye Best Books and was in the Top50 Critical Mass. After he won the Higashikawa International Photo Festival Special Photographer Prize in 2018.

 

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Eiji Ohashi

Naoya Hatakeyama

 

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Category:photography -- posted at: 2:46pm PST

Robert Hale's work both as a photographer and as a journalist has taken him on assignment throughout the world. His images are characterized by clarity and simplicity, with an extraordinary eye for light and shadow.

His images are characterized by clarity and simplicity, with an extraordinary eye for light and shadow. Whether animate or inanimate, Robert feels his subjects have an inner essence, and, if handled with patience and sensitivity, this essence will reveal itself. His goal is to allow it to live in prints.

Robert’s images, essentially portraiture, have been printed in such publications as The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Village Voice, The LA Weekly, Black Enterprise, and a variety of national and international publications.

Robert has been proud to volunteer his photographic services to the Los Angeles Children’s Museum, Aids Project Los Angeles, LA Shanti, Aids Service Center in Pasadena, California, as well as serving on the board of Directors for The Black Gallery Group, Los Angeles, California.

 

Photographer Links: 

Robert Hale Website

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Vern Evans

 

Education Resources:

Momenta Photographic Workshops

 

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Direct download: Robert_Hale_SMALL.mp3
Category:photography -- posted at: 3:27pm PST

Marc Silber has been a photographer most of his life, and actually turned pro at age 13 when he sold one of his images to a teacher. He attended the San Francisco Art Institute with fellow alumna Annie Leibovitz. Marc loves to help others improve their photography, so in 2009 began his video series Advancing Your Photography, where he’s had the great fortune to interview some of the world’s best photographers. Marc’s new book is titled Create: Tools from Seriously Talented People to Unleash Your Creative Life. 

Photographer Links: 

Marc Silber

Dan Milnor

 

Education Resources:

Momenta Photographic Workshops

 

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Lessons from the Street eBook by Ibarionex

Making Photographs: Developing a Personal Visual Workflow

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Category:photography -- posted at: 6:31am PST



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