18.07.08 by Jeff

Sato Shintaro

Beautiful large-format (4 x 5) photography by Japanese photographer Sato Shintaro. The colours he captures are really incredible! I find there’s a kind of loneliness about his work.

booooooom photo photography photographer sato shintaro blog japan

booooooom photo photography photographer sato shintaro blog japan

booooooom photo photography photographer sato shintaro blog japan

booooooom photo photography photographer sato shintaro blog japan

booooooom photo photography photographer sato shintaro blog japan

http://shinsato.cool.ne.jp/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • i like these a lot…really tight

  • Fantastic, top one especially

  • yea id really like to see these blown up

  • Jessie Cacciola

    i really like these — thanks!

  • sAkSeNaKeL

    Damn, this photography is amazing. I really enjoy it. Is this all taken in Japan?

  • yea – makes me want to go back

  • I keep ending up on your blog through ffffound! 😀 And these photos are just… I have no words really, fantastic though, I love them! 🙂

    xoxo,
    S-C

  • yes ffffound has been good to me haha yea i love these photos. some of the best things i put on the site to date

  • rad.

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  • wow, how high Mr. Sato could climb to get the best shoots like these photos? OMONA, suddenly I got an inspiration from you 🙂 thanks

  • so

    this is so amazing!





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