Photographers from around the globe converged on remote areas devastated by the Japan Earthquake-Tsunami on 11 March 2011. Among them, prestigious Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award-winning Magnum nominee Dominic Nahr, Pictures of the Year International (POYi) award winner Adam Dean and many other world-renowned photojournalists have graciously agreed to share their visions of the massive disaster and recovery efforts―along with their heartfelt spoken messages to the victims―via this online application. This app includes a total of 120 images by 14 photographers.
Dominic Nahr (Switzerland)
As the youngest nominee of Magnum Photos, Nahr documents humanitarian and social catastrophes in Africa and Middle East. His work frequently appears in numerous publications including Newsweek, TIME, Stern and Le Monde Magazine.
Adam Dean (UK)
Dean is a freelance photographer based in Beijing, China, represented by Panos Pictures. Clients include many of the leading world news publications including TIME, Newsweek, Rolling Stone Magazine and The Sunday Times Magazine.
Shiho Fukada (Japan)
After having worked for four years in New York, Fukada moved to Beijing where she is currently based. Her work appears regularly in TIME, Newsweek, and Stern.
James Whitlow Delano (USA)
Delano has been living in Japan for 17 years. He regularly works for Le Monde Magazine and GEO, and delivers images from China and Japan.
Paula Bronstein (USA)
Bronstein has been based in Asia since 1998. She joined Getty Images as a staff photographer in 2002, covering conflicts around the world including Israel, Kashmir and Afghanistan, as well as the devastating South Asian Tsunami.
Other contributing photographers:
Jean Chung, Keith Bedford, David Guttenfelder, Jake Price, Pieter Ten Hoopen, Guillem Valle, Ryo Kameyama, Giulio Di Sturco, Ko Sasaki
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iOS 10 support
Ratings and Reviews
Just to say I care
I won't be able to look at the photos in this app, for I know it would crush me to see the heartbreaking destruction and the pain and bewilderment in the eyes of the people affected by this horrible tragedy.
I purchased this app expressly to encourage others to buy it as well, and to say thanks to Kodansha Ltd and to all of the photographers for their generous and caring contribution towards helping the people of Japan. This is truly a wonderful thing you have done, and may blessings return to you a hundredfold.
May the people of Japan find comfort in knowing that there are people from all walks of life and from all over the entire world who are upholding them in caring thoughts and heartfelt prayers.
Not only is it for a great cause, but it is also, basically, an incredibly clean and well produced digital photo book. This is just a perfect product. Get it.
3 years later, people still care
I wish I would have found this sooner...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.