Yasuo Kiyonaga’s photography exhibition, “SENSE OF RAIN,” will be held on the first floor of Artisan Japanesque.
Seasonal rains washed out the shooting on the day.
When I fell in and out of sleep while waiting, it jumped out at my eyes.
Rain played a roll of a filter and dramatically changed the scenery, which was different from seen by bare eyes.
Unusual images, which are existed only at a moment, appeared and disappeared.
It was the best time to shoot with high-speed shutter setting but it was so dark that I could not help shooting with low-speed shutter since.
I ignored the shooting rule and tried to take the traces.
Rain left trails like falling tears.
I released the shutter again and again focusing on the center.
Rain appeared to dance, bound and disappeared. Then, it appeared again to dance, bound and disappeared.
It denied being shoot by me, and nature itself became a photograph to exhibit its presence.
What are photographs telling? More eloquently than me.