III. Photography can be like a spiritual exercise. Through a camera, you are learning about yourself, who you are, what do you see, figuring out what the world looks like, or better, what it can look like. I like reality all right, but I prefer surrealism. I don't go for fantasy so much as I go
Photography, poetry, film, concept by CINDY NGUYEN Made at Tokyo Eric Kim Workshop, 2017 Do you still remember how to rustle, shake, and dance to the melody of wind and sky? Or do your concrete mirrors only know how to stand still, bitter, and silent? — Can I hold you forever closely in this
II. In spring, 2012, there was a partial eclipse over Japan. My wife and I were staying by the Kamo River and were able to view it for a few minutes with special glasses, but I was more interested in seeing the crowds staring up at the sky. So I rode down the river, marveling at the many sorts of
Becky was born in a small town of China and moved to the big city when she was young. Since then she had many hardship in her life like discrimination, social stress, family problem. She is now studying and working hard to get a chance see more about outside of China. Her new challenge recently is
Postcards from the Darkroom Series "Postcards from the Darkroom is a new feature on Haptic Press by Sean Lotman. All images posted will be scans of his color prints handmade in his darkroom. A lover of narrative and color and travel, Sean hopes to tell a story or at least convey a feeling. He is
HAPTIC FEATURED ARTIST presents visual storyteller TAKASHI NAKAGAWA: Takashi Nakagawa: In 1981, I was born in Kyoto. In 2005, I left my hometown, to travel around the world. 10 years later, I returned to Kyoto decided to photograph my family in order to learn more about my own hometown, and to
Sean Lotman just published the most incredible color street photography book -- titled Sunlanders.
Selfie with Sean Lotman Today, had the pleasure of going to Honke Owaria (oldest Soba Restaurant in Kyoto), and meeting up with Sean Lotman, one of our good friends, and one of the most talented photographers I know. We talked about color photography, his book ‘Sunlanders’ — and the beauty of making