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Japanese Street Art Photography Through The Eyes Of James Takumi

James Takumi Shyegun is passionate about street art photography in Tokyo, Japan, and we love her wonders. The artist has improved his skills at a 3-week festival in Sytney. James started working with the lens after finishing high school, he worked for local and international brands. In 2016,he launched he’s first online marketing business “Whey Media”.

        ” When I first started taking photos, I experienced many failed attempts at shooting night photography. I became extremely eager to improve my skills. Once a year, Sydney has a festival called Vivid, where light installations transform and illuminate the city into a “wonderland of ‘light art’ sculptures”. This festival lasts for around 3 weeks, where I made sure to hit the streets every night with the intention of improving my skills.”

    James Takumi Shyegun

Him perfectly combines the amazing landscapes with photographing, so we can enjoy the beauty of Japan together. He currently lives in Tokyo, where he has taken most of the photographs in his portfolio. His photographs illustrate Japan’s architecture with her beautiful centers and lights, impressing with every single aspect. Takumi focuses mainly on urban, architecture and street photography. On his Instagram profile we can find a great collection of diverse photos representing urban life, fashion,nature and the modern.

More: Takumi ShyegunInstagram h/t: photogrist

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