Tokyo Nobody

Yesterday I was at Kinokuniya a big book store at Shinjuku station and looking for photography books and I found this book of Masataka Nakano.

The book shows many crowded places of Tokyo with actually nobody in the streets. It has no photoshop editing, (at that time photoshop didn’t even exist) it’s the patient and hard job of a amazing photographer that could transmit that sense of loneliness of a big city.

One of the things that by which I got more impressed was when I saw some of those pictures. My brain in some way created the feeling and the image of people walking in there, but actually in those pictures there was no one.