IMA living with Photography Vol. 7

by Makoto Uesaka


Publisher: Amana

189 pages

Year: 2014

Price: 33

Comments: Softcover, H297 x W225mm, Text japanese

A relative newcomer to the Japanese photography magazine scene, ‘IMA’ (“now”) features a variety of Japanese and non-Japanese photographers, and brings topics from overseas to Japanese readers.

Animals, along with human portraiture and landscapes, have been a fascination for many photographers. The special feature of this volume "Animals in Images" includes various animal photography, captured in many different ways - adorable, elegant, fierce, melancholy and humorous.


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IMA living with Photography Vol. 7

by Makoto Uesaka


Publisher: Amana

189 pages

Year: 2014

Price: 33

Comments: Softcover, H297 x W225mm, Text japanese

A relative newcomer to the Japanese photography magazine scene, ‘IMA’ (“now”) features a variety of Japanese and non-Japanese photographers, and brings topics from overseas to Japanese readers.

Animals, along with human portraiture and landscapes, have been a fascination for many photographers. The special feature of this volume "Animals in Images" includes various animal photography, captured in many different ways - adorable, elegant, fierce, melancholy and humorous.


More books by Makoto Uesaka

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

IMA living with Photography Vol. 7

by Makoto Uesaka


Publisher: Amana

189 pages

Year: 2014

Price: 33

Comments: Softcover, H297 x W225mm, Text japanese

A relative newcomer to the Japanese photography magazine scene, ‘IMA’ (“now”) features a variety of Japanese and non-Japanese photographers, and brings topics from overseas to Japanese readers.

Animals, along with human portraiture and landscapes, have been a fascination for many photographers. The special feature of this volume "Animals in Images" includes various animal photography, captured in many different ways - adorable, elegant, fierce, melancholy and humorous.


More books by Makoto Uesaka

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com