masato tsukamoto

do you know

those family photos with a lot of bokeh, details of the kid’s feet and cookies on the table? yeah? well, these are not like that at all. This is family portraiture at its best: a delicate and weightless atmosphere is captured with a strong love for clarity and detail. The portraits are more of a documentary nature and by going through the photographer’s work we are witnesses to the childhood of a little girl . It’s like a bedtime story filled with sunny days, gardening grannies and days at the sea; nothing can go wrong.

questionable questionnaire

Do you believe in magic? Why?

I believe in magic. Over there, it is surely a lot more fun.

When was the last time you had cotton candy?

I probably never did, even when I was a child.
What does seem like magic is how they make cotton candy.

If you could design a new fruit, what would it taste like?

I would make it taste like memories. A sweet and sour taste so that everyone can remember childhood.




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  3. "A sweet and sour taste so that everyone can remember childhood" candies … it made me cry… The pictures are so beautiful and amazing!

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  5. Beautiful pictures. I really liked it. I like children very much and these photographs depict it's various expressions.

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