TIFA 2022

Staining Visibility 2.21

  • Photographer
    Masaaki Toyoyoshi
  • Technical Info
    Sony A1,85mm Lens,multiple Exposure,iso 2000,f/5.6,ss 1/80
  • Photo Date
    21 February 2022

I have invisible colors. My optic nerve is damaged due to progression of glaucoma. Due to damage to the optic nerve, it is difficult to discern colors. Colors with little contrast difference are often unrecognizable. Street scenes often appear in black and white. t's a little dark and I can't see the color. Light constantly changes the color of my vision. Car lights, shop windows. Billboard neon sign. street lamp. My vision changes color like a camera with auto white balance gone awry. My vision is blurry as if I were wearing a monocle. Please,See Pursuit of Invisible Vision.

Born in 1975. Graduated from Tokyo International University in 1997.I interested computer in my school days.After graduation,I found a job at Japan System Techniques Co.,Ltd.I worked as a programmeer/application developper.Due the glaucoma,I wanted a leading professional,but I feel I'm at the limit of my ability,retire from company.I recieved instruction by photographer Yukinori Tokoro from 2010.Ever since,I debelop a glaucoma.I had 4 surgeries from 2015, but I had hardly see my left eyes at the present time.Ever since,Started artworks series "MONOCLE VISION".