Rolls Tohoku是一个拍摄受到海啸破坏的日本东北地区的摄影计划,Rolls Tohoku的概念非常简单:将一次性相机分发给该地区的居民,让他们在几天时间里拍摄照片,再将未经编辑的作品发布在网上。在拍摄极具悲剧性的对象时,人很可能将其变为一个轻易可被消耗的美学作业。这在这些照片中并未发生,因为看到真实的东西令人感到快慰。项目的发起者还在每张照片旁注明了拍摄者是大人还是小孩,以及居住在哪里。你所看到的这些照片都是由位于石卷港旁的渡波駅小学(Watanoha Elementary School)的几个小朋友所拍摄的。(翻译_Luke)

Rolls Tohoku is basically the best collection of images to surface from Tohoku, the area of Japan that has been damaged by the tsunami. The concept of the ROLLS project is simple: give people in these areas disposable cameras, have them shoot over the course of a few days, show the unedited results online. In taking a photo of something tragic there’s always the possibility of just turning it into an easily consumable aesthetic object. That’s not at all the case here though, it is pleasant to see something real. What’s really excellent about this project is that it tells you if the photographer is an adult or child, and also where they are currently living. I was particularly struck by photos taken by a few different children around Watanoha Elementary School, near Ishinomaki.

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