1 hr 5 min

Shin Yatagai - Blur, paintings and visions Photography Insights - important industry interviews by Phlogger

    • Visual Arts

My name is Andrew Walmsley and your listening to episode 171 of photography insights.  This is the show that interviews people from the photography world.



For this episode we jump across the ocean to Japan and talk with Shin Yatagai. He's another young photographer with some beautiful work behind him.  Initially a recommend by the one and only Johan Brooks from episode 158. Shin's work is about attention to detail rather lens sharpness or quality.  He finds a concept, plans and executes this work with an artistic flair.  I have to thank Shin for speaking in English too, considering he only lived in the UK for a year and doesn't speak very often.

I really enjoyed talking to Shin, he's down to earth and shy but very creative.  He even speaks freely about living with ADHD and how he copes with his photography.  We had some laughs and discussed:


inspirations from paintings
classic photography
capture one
making a vision
capturing movement
directing models
culture + non-traditional clothing
textures + structures
self portraiture



LINKS

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/shin__l/

Website - https://shin-photography.studio.site/


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My name is Andrew Walmsley and your listening to episode 171 of photography insights.  This is the show that interviews people from the photography world.



For this episode we jump across the ocean to Japan and talk with Shin Yatagai. He's another young photographer with some beautiful work behind him.  Initially a recommend by the one and only Johan Brooks from episode 158. Shin's work is about attention to detail rather lens sharpness or quality.  He finds a concept, plans and executes this work with an artistic flair.  I have to thank Shin for speaking in English too, considering he only lived in the UK for a year and doesn't speak very often.

I really enjoyed talking to Shin, he's down to earth and shy but very creative.  He even speaks freely about living with ADHD and how he copes with his photography.  We had some laughs and discussed:


inspirations from paintings
classic photography
capture one
making a vision
capturing movement
directing models
culture + non-traditional clothing
textures + structures
self portraiture



LINKS

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/shin__l/

Website - https://shin-photography.studio.site/


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/photography-insights/message

1 hr 5 min