The purpose of the 3/11 Tsunami Photo Project is to provide an informed perspective into the consequences of the tsunami and earthquake while also lending support to the disaster's victims. Through the eyes of 14 renowned photographers we wish to share with the world an in-depth look at both the disaster's aftermath and the victims' road to recovery.
14 participating photographers are:
Shiho Fukada (Japan)
James Whitlow Delano (USA)
Jean Chung (South Korea)
Keith Bedford (USA)
Paula Bronstein (USA)
David Guttenfelder (USA)
Giulio Di Sturco (Italy)
Pieter Ten Hoopen (Sweden)
Ko Sasaki (Japan)
Jake Price (USA)
Guillem Valle (Spain)
Ryo Kameyama (Japan)
- 120 photographs taken by 14 first-class photographers from 8 countries
- English-Japanese bilingual digital photography book in the form of an app available through Apple iTunes for the iPad and iPhone on worldwide release
- Includes recorded and written messages by the photographers to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami.
- Downloaded in forty-seven countries around the world.
Kodansha will donate all proceeds from the sale of the app to the Japan Red Cross.
Format: iPhone/iPad app
Price: $0.99 / E0.77
Category: current affairs, books
Luis Russell commented on 3/11 Tsunami Photo Project Slideshow (4.5 minutes) with music by Ryuichi Sakamoto
Great Work.... http://www.any-data-recovery.com/topics/mobile-devices/iphone-photo-recovery.html