One Shot A Day
At Nagoya city, there is a photo shop called Fotops, and a young Japanese lady, Ami works at there. She has a photo exhibition and its rule is to distribute instant cameras to victims of Tohoku earthquake. The concept is only take one picture per day and to continue that for a month. How do they feel 'now' living there? What thoughts are on the victim's minds to live their daily lives today?
|Subcategory||Documentary/Family, Damage by earthquake|