Washi is a translucent Japanese paper. It’s made from the bark of trees, often mulberry and hemp. In the Echizen prefecture such paper is manufactured for 1500 years.
Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.
November is a month when the landscape of the Jura mountains lays in mist – sometimes for days and weeks. It can come as thick fog making orientation in the mountains difficult, or as a light mist obscuring trees. The Horizon S3 U-500 is a panoramic film camera going back to a Russian model developed […]
I long wanted to do a black and white underwater series, and finally here it is… The photographs are from the Azores.
The fishermen in this bay in the north of Mozambique use traditional methods to catch fish and feed their families. In the time of industrial fishing and overexploitation, they still head out in their dugouts as their ancestors did for centuries. The coastal villages rely on fishing for food and income.