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  • Prize
    Gold in Advertising/Architecture
  • Photographer
    Naoki Fujihara, Japan

This photography is a night view of Kobe City in

In 1995, a huge earthquake hit this place. Over
6000 people were sacrificed, and lots of buildings
and houses were collapsed.

But Kobe City was revived and became one of the
major night view place in Japan.

Geographically, lots of earthquakes occurred in
Japan. But people struggled to get up every time
earthquakes occurred. This scenery is a result of
that many people struggled for rebirth.

Naoki Fujihara is an award-winning fine art photographer lives in Japan. His works aim at not only expressing the beauty and dynamism of architectures, but he also expresses his values or his life experiences with photography.

Awards ・2018, IPA International Photography Awards - Architecture Photographer Of the Year & 1st Place(Architecture)
・2018, PX3 Prix de la Photographie de Paris - Gold(Advertising/Architecture)
・2018, MIFA Moscow International Foto Awards - Gold and Silver(Architecture)
・2018, One Eyeland World's TOP 10 Black & White Photographers - JAPAN Rank #3
・2018, FAPA Fine Art Photography Awards - Honorable Mention(Architecture)
・2017, One Eyeland Awards - Finalist
・2017, TIFA Tokyo International Foto Awards - Honorable Mention(Architecture)
・2017, Monochrome Awards - Honorable Mention
・2017, IPOTY International Photographer of The Year - Honorable Mention