On 11 March 2011, an earthquake with the magnitude of 9 struck the north-eastern part of Japan. It was neither the first in recent years nor the strongest in history, yet the devastating consequences this time were beyond anyone’s imagination. Philipp Zechner - "When coming back to Japan in 2012, I noticed a change in behaviour, in attitude that had taken place: Gone was the optimism that had always kept the country on course, even in the face of natural disasters that frequently strike the archipelago. Using a modified digital camera that captures infrared pictures, I sought to translate this particular mood into a photographic series, called “Tokyo Radiant”. I am planning to print a photo-book with 100 pictures of this series. If you like this series, you can get your copy and support the project on Indiegogo"
More info: www.indiegogo.com/projects/tokyo-radiant