Photo credit: Ken Kitano
You’ve probably seen, or at least heard of, long exposure photography, but probably not quite like “One Day”, a unique photo series in which Japanese photographer Ken Kitano keeps the camera’s shutter open for an entire day to capture sunrise to sunset. Kitano started this project to generate a strong awareness of the earth and all of its greatness. Continue reading for more pictures.
Here is what My Modern Met has to say: “The conceptual series invokes a memory of significant locations ranging from ‘the day-to-day to the historical, including urban streetscapes, ground zeroes of bomb blasts, islands of convalescence for leprosy patients, and old battlegrounds in Okinawa.'”