Haru and Mina
• Haru and Mina
"My kids - it's not just my little sun, but part of me. When I look at them, I have a strange feeling - as if I'm watching a re living your life. What I want to show is their "form of lifestyle."
"Children always have more influence on me than I had expected. The source of inspiration for my photography comes from such behaviors. Although I come up with scenarios for some of the photos, in most cases, I take my children as they are. "
When I take pictures of their children, it is important to remember that you must maintain an objective perspective. Not too close, but also not too far away, as if I were watching from behind them. Something close to a simple observation, I think. Sticking to this rule gives the photographs a universal quality. I believe that this flexibility is needed in order to transfer them to the liveliness of someone else. " - Hideaki Hamada
Hideaki Hamada, born in 1977, Aawaji Island, Hyogo, Japan. Living in Osaka. After several solo exhibitions in Asia and Europe, he published his first photo book "Haru and Mina" in Taiwan 2012