This is Tokyo (11 photos)


Marseille, France-based freelance photographer Eric Rocco (or Hinto Hinto) recently wrote to me to tell me about his Tokyo street photography. As I was looking through his photos I couldn’t help but feel like I was right there with him – staring blankly at one of a million drink machines, peering through the floor to ceiling windows, or walking past a stranger who seemed weary, tired and alone.

When I asked him what he was trying to capture in these shots, here’s what Rocco told me. “Good geometry, lighting and reflections from architecture or from the street. More than anything, however, I try to capture feelings from the people around me.”












What a refreshingly honest way to experience everyday life in Tokyo.

Eric Rocco on Behance



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