A Camera's-Eye View of Japan
A line of water bottles warding off animal spirits. An abandoned theater in the red-light district. The world’s most dangerous fish on a chef’s cutting board.
In Summer 2012, a group of Photocommunications students traveled to Japan under the guidance of Professor Joe Vitone. While there, they put their cameras to work documenting a topic of their choosing. The resulting projects are as diverse and varied as the individuals behind the lenses.
We’ve asked four students to tell us about their time in Beppu, Japan. View a narrated slideshow of each of their favorite photos and hear them describe the experiences in their own words.