Ume Kayo (born 23rd March,1981) is a photographer of Japan. Born in Ishikawa Prefecture. After graduating from high school, she entered the Japan photographic images original school (SHASEN) and moved to Osaka. After graduating from SHASEN, she moved to Tokyo. (omission) She held her exhibition in Tokyo, Paris, London, and Thailand.
Photographs of elementary school boys.
How powerful they are!
This girl did not know Ume Kayo, but she suddenly made this face when the camera passed by.
Nobody knows what this kid was thinking…..
What happened, grandpa?!
Rinko Kawauchi Hon FRPS (川内 倫子, Kawauchi Rinko, born 1972) is a Japanese photographer, shooting mostly in 6×6 format. Her work is characterized by a serene, poetic style, depicting the ordinary moments in life. Kawauchi became interested in photography while studying at Seian College of Art and Design. She first worked in advertising for several years before embarking on a career as a fine art photographer. She was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of The Royal Photographic Society in 2012.
Photographing children just like Ume Kayo, but with a totally different mood.
Where does this light bring us to…?
Mika Ninagawa (蜷川実花 Ninagawa Mika, born October 18, 1972 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese photographer and director, known for her vibrant and brightly colored photographs of flowers, goldfish, and landscapes. She has enjoyed significant commercial success in fashion and advertising. She made her debut as a full length film director in 2007 with Sakuran. In September, 2010 her AKB48 music video for the song “Heavy Rotation” was released. She directed the live action film adaptation of the manga Helter Skelter in 2012.