Welcome to a world of wonder!
For all those who love bugs we present the free photography collection of the Lennart Nilsson-award winning cameraman Satoshi Kuribayashi!
The extra large close-up photography is intense! A must-have for bug lovers!
*Caution to those who dislike bugs!
A selection of 10 pictures from the 200+ premium collection. You'll learn not only the look of the bugs, but also important ecology!
All photographs include commentary from Satoshi Kuribayashi.
Now enjoy the world of Satoshi Kuribayashi for free!
・The photo collection can all be enlarged with a pinch, allowing for fine details to be seen.
・You can access photos immediately from the slide thumbnails.
・Three kinds of nature sounds play in the background of the slide show.
・You can play your favorite music from your iTunes Library in the background.
・A complete summary index of all featured creatures.
He was born in 1939 in China. A Self-Defense Force personnel, he studied photography at a trade school while working as an insurance company employee. From 1969 he became a freelance photographer. He moved to Nagasaki Prefecture in 1977 and focused his energies on photography centered around insects. With his original device, the insect snap camera, he focused on close-up photography of ants and other small insects. Afterwards he developed--one-by-one--a photography system using sensors, a high-speed strobe at 1/50,000th of a second, and a camera for extreme depth of field in macro photography. He continued to be the only ecological photographer for over 40 years. In 1978 he won the Photographic Society of Japan's Rookie of the Year Award and the Ina Nobuo Award in 1979. In 2006 he was awarded the Lennart Nilsson Award, known as the Nobel prize for scientific photography, and also the Medal with Purple Ribbon in 2008.
[Notes] explanations in this App are totally written in Japanese.