Photographer showed how lives of his extended family in a studio apartment
• The photographer showed his large family lived in a studio apartment
Japanese photographer Masaki Yamamoto (Masaki Yamamoto) did not have to look far for inspiration. For several years, a young photographer has documented the life of his family, which is 18 years old lived in a small one-room apartment with tobacco soaked walls.
His photo book titled Guts is a testament to the incredible love and special family relations.
"My younger brother is trying to kiss her mother while she checks to see if have a fever by touching the forehead."
"Dinner New Year's Eve."
"As long as my believing for 30 years mother prays sister picks his nose."
"My father checks how up my 15-year-old brother, trying to pick it up, saying," How did you become great. ' "
When Masaki Yamamoto was eight years old, his family was evicted from the apartment in which they lived, and the boy spent two and a half years in institutions away from their parents. They were reunited only in this small room, which gives the photos a special meaning. Despite the disorder, family members in the photo of a smiling, joking and happy to spend time with each other.
In their cramped movements and gestures can feel the love and comfort, as if they even welcome the opportunity to be together. Exposing the truth and exposing for all to see the life of his family, the photographer is challenging and changing the perception of Japanese society.
Since these photos, Yamamoto family moved, having accumulated enough money to rent the house were made. However, the past they have not forgotten. Mom Photographer attach a photo included in the photobook son on the wall in your new bathroom.