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Traditional and Modern Tokyo in Cinematic Photos[1] author: Stijn Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Description Having studied cinematography, spending time as a camera assistant on both big budget and independent films after graduation, Stijn Hoekstra fell into photography after shooting behind-the-scenes images as gifts for the crew. This blossomed into a parallel career shooting commercial and corporate projects. However, in his spare time, street photography is a creative outlet that allows him to stretch himself as an artist.

Recently, this Dutch cinematographer and photographer traveled to Tokyo, where he captured Japan’s capital from a cinematic perspective. With muted tones and unexpected compositions, Stijn Hoekstra’s photographs reveal a Tokyo far from the neon-soaked snaps that typically exemplify the city.

More information at stijnhoekstra.nl

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