About the Book
fotovitamina is rosanna salonia and matthew yates: two fine-art photographers based in tucson, in the arid zone of the united states.
in november 2007 they traveled to japan to photograph their friend’s wedding to his japanese bride. euphoria, exhaustion, and wonderment were the driving force of those 9 days of exploration.
*works are a mix of color and black and white holga and hasselblad shots.
photography that is good for you
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Oct 30, 2008
- Tags lost in translation, west meets east, imperial power, fish market, city lights, neon lights, gingko trees, autumn leaves, cross-processed film, japanese students, japanese businessmen, designer stores, double happiness, japan, japanese, tokyo, nara, ise, ise-shima, nagoya, temples, dreams, sleepwalking, jet-lag, tourist, tourism, travel, journey, voyage, sleep, ghostly, spiritual, color, holga, technicolor, toy-camera, wedding, shinto, buddhism, chrysanthemums, subway, metro, fish, koi, tsukiji, seafood, sushi, sake, ginza, ramen, noodles, deer, autumn, november, hasselblad, balloons, kimono, shinjuku, harajuku, fashion, architecture
fotovitamina is rosanna salonia and matthew yates : two fine-art photographers based in tucson, in the arid zone of the united states. rosanna and matthew are set on living their dream: discovering the world through photography, while utilizing a variety of old-school cameras and techniques, including toy-cameras and expired film. the approach is serendipitous and impulsive, the intent is to capture the feel of a situation rather than to describe it. fotovitamina.com photography that is good for you