Tatsuo Suzuki has been a reference in street photography for me since I started seriously taking photos.
It is a great honor to share some of his photos here on Woofermagazine. And his photography fits perfectly into the philosophy of our magazine.
Always looking for a true reaction from the people he portrays on the street, establishing a link with his own state of mind.
When you go out to take photos on the street you are not always the same person and your subjects are also always different at each moment, this guarantees that the result is unique each time.
In the end you may come to realize that what you are photographing is not the people you meet but your true self.
Whether they are street photos or portraits, Tatsuo’s photos always inspire me and transmit emotions to me, which in the end is what really counts.
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