Filed under: Exhibition | Tags: Naoki Honjo, Photography, Small Planet, Tilt-shift Lens
SMALL PLANET by Naoki Honjo
Harbour City’s Gallery
May 1-18, 2008
Naoki Honjo, a Japanese contemporary photographer, using a tilt-shift lens shooting from helicopters or skyscrapers which blurring the majority of the captured environment. Such technique also maximizes full control over the depth-of-field of the photos and gives the viewers a sense of falseness. Honjo aims to express a sense of falseness about the environments we live in. They look very much like miniature sets and very fun to look at.
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