Why has he taken the photograph?
It turned round.
Hobby Work Impulse --
The style smart at the moment by which it is startled, the beauty which nature and a human being make.
I would like to wait patiently so that [ the instant ] it may be flipped, to be established as a picture, and to show it to people.
To the person who saw I want you to enjoy oneself and to feel smartness, the feeling which goes up, surprise, and happiness --.
it may be a time delicate in various meanings -- also coming out -- did the snowboard and the skateboard become boring?
A reason is in each person.
It skates at little time or goes to a mountain or the sea.
Or the field is remembered.
At least it is pleasant.
The highest moments are caught from now on and they are a magazine, a poster, an original print, and a photograph collection. -- It announces.
It is joy as a photographer that sees and gets a work.
I would like to investigate a photographer's duty thoroughly.
Yoshiro Higai (born on June 11 1965) is a Japanese photographer based in Tokyo. graduated Nihon University College of Art. has created some of the most memorable, iconic images of board culture scene in skateboarding and snowboarding.
my childhood dream was to be a Ninja12yeas old. start skateboding influenced by the movie called "kenny & company"14years old. got SLR camera influenced by the comic called "Pinboke shatta"19years old.met snowboarding skate bro"Ishi"took me snowboard race called "Marui Snow surfing grand prix"as a photographer for his ZINE called "Movin' on magazine"that ZINE was my first photo career.23.graduated Nihon University College of Art.shooting skate & snow photos for mostly for Japanese magazines traveled in U.S.A,Canada,Alaska,Euro, Mongolia,Siberia,
Kazakstan,India...photo book "kuu"33.moved to Kutchan and Sapporo Hokkaido about 10years (northern island of Japan,famous for good pow)35years old. Crystal awards in St.Moritzhttp://www.crystalawards.com/moritz/index.htm
36years old.married.42years old. moved back in Tokyo.44years old. photo book "cold frame"