Naoya Hatakeyama

Every once in a while, I see a project that is so good, it's hard for me to look at the images, both for their emotional impact, and for wishing that I had made them myself.

These images from Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama were made in a limestone quarry, using a camera at close range and a remote trigger. They are some of the most powerful, terrifying photos I've ever seen.

I want these. I want to make something as good as these.

Jamie KripkeComment