You will hear the sound of the shutter and see the real life scene just before the picture is taken. It's an experimental project mixing old style (and quite true one) Street Photography on film with a Yashica Electro 35mm and discovering how I did the shots in a small short movie. Here you can see the pictures. It's kind of dedicated to some advices I saw on the internet from Martin Parr : Focus on sets, not individual images, Make statements about society through your photographs, Be obsessive, Think outside the box, It is rare that you take a good photo, Find the extraordinary in the ordinary, Get Close, Exaggerate your photographs, Experiment. Another was "don't get people to smile" I'm still on it, but, I did this series completely instinctively.These pictures were taken in a row of one hour in Harajuku and Shibuya with a Yashica Electro 35mm, It's an hour in Tokyo on film photography.
These photographs are mixed in a short movie recorded with a camera fixed on my Yashica. It show what is in my head when I push the shutter button.
The movie here : vimeo.com/158730570