Yojiro Imasaka Points His Camera Towards the Skies

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Feb 3, 2011   Updated: Jul 19 2011 • References: yojiroimasaka & junk-culture
Japanese photographer Yojiro Imasaka released photos for his latest project named Perspective, which is a deep and vivid photography project.

In Perspectives, Yojiro Imasaka shoots towards the sky between facing buildings, forming a distant "light at the end of the tunnel" effect. The project symbolizes hope and portrays the idea that no matter what darkness you travel through, there will always be a ray of light leading to an exit.

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