Okinawa, by Junku Nishimura

Catching Yamame with Japanese photographer Junku Nishimura

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Catching Yamame with Junku Nishimura

“I have been fascinated with fishing in mountain streams even before I began photographing. I can catch a yamame, which is a very alert fish, only when I feel myself one with a rock and merged into the mountains. When I take pictures in the streets, I try to be one with a stone in the roadside again; the only difference is what I have in my hand – a rod or a camera.”
Junku Nishimura, Japan.

Junku Nishimura, one of my favourite Japanese photographers and a good friend of mine, has been busy lately, releasing a trilogy of personal photographic diaries on Blurb.com. We’ve ordered our copies, we recommend you do too.

SIAM, People of The Kingdom of Thailand, by Junku Nishimura

SIAM, People of The Kingdom of Thailand, by Junku Nishimura

Okinawa, by Junku Nishimura

Okinawa, by Junku Nishimura

MI NUEVA YORK, by Junku Nishimura

MI NUEVA YORK, by Junku Nishimura

If you’re interested in Junku’s prints, we have a selection available here:
http://store.invisiblephotographer.asia/collections/prints/junku-nishimura-prints

 

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  1. Hi I can’t find the online book anymore. Do you know where I could get it ? I find Junku’s work deep, poetic and crude in the mean time.

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