Sunday, September 24

Photographs of Japan in Rainy Season, which Look Exactly Like Japanese Paintings

Hidenobu Suzuki is a talented photographer who has consistently shown us the natural beauty of Japan. And now, he wants us to enjoy the rainy season in Japan through his lens. We all have to agree to the fact that Japan is a place that never fails to amaze us with its beauty. And photographers like Hidenobu Suzuki allow us to feel that beauty virtually.

His photographs are not common. They easily differ from conventional nature photographs. Almost all of Hidenobu’s rainy season images look just like actual paintings. He wanted them to make people feel the same way that Japanese paintings do. It is not necessary to declare much he is successful in that attempt after seeing his photographs.

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japan in rainy season
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki
japan in rainy season
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki

His style is unique. Exposure, contrast and saturation of his photographs are non-conventional. That is what exactly make his images look like Japanese painitngs. Enjoy the other images and explore the Japan’s rainly season through his lens.

japan in rainy season
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki
japan in rainy season
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki
japan in rainy season
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki
japan in rainy season
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki
japan in rainy season
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki
(c) Hidenobu Suzuki

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