Canon Photo House Ginza Special Exhibition “‘Walking the Times’ Photographer Luke Ozawa” Held

Canon Marketing Japan Inc. will hold a special exhibition "'Walking the Times' Photographer Luke Ozawa-Film to Digital, and Now, Mirrorless-" at Canon Photo House Ginza (Location: Chuo-ku, Tokyo) in 2022. It will be held from Tuesday, January 11th.

■ Outline of the event <br /> 〇 Schedule: January 11th (Thursday) -April 2nd (Saturday), 2022
〇Opening hours: 10:30 to 18:30 〇Closed days: Sundays, months, holidays, year-end and New Year holidays, our company closed days 〇Venue: Canon Photo House Ginza (Address: 3-9-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo) Building 1F)
〇Transportation information:
2 minutes walk from A7 / A8 exit of Higashi-Ginza subway station, 3 minutes walk from A2 exit 3 minutes walk from A12 exit of subway Ginza station
10 minutes walk from the central exit of JR Yurakucho Station 〇 Admission: Free
* In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, it may be reviewed as appropriate according to changes in circumstances such as opening hours and closed days. Please check the Canon Photo House homepage ( when visiting.

■ Special exhibition contents <br /> At Canon Photo House Ginza, the works of Hikoki photographs that aerial photographer Luke Ozawa has continued to take, as well as successive photography equipment and photo collections (JETLINER series) will be exhibited. A special exhibition "'Walking the Times' Photographer Luke Ozawa-Film to Digital, and Now, Mirrorless-" will be held from January 11, 2022 (Tuesday).
In addition, at the venue, he will also screen an interview video that talks about his progress as a photographer, who has continued to evolve with many cameras, from film to digital, from single-lens reflex cameras to mirrorless cameras.

・ For general inquiries: Canon Photo House Ginza 03-3542-1801
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■ Writer profile

Luke Ozawa (Aerial Photographer)
Born in Tokyo in February 1959. Forty-nine years after facing Hikoki, he is now a leading aerial photographer.
Established a scenic Hikoki photograph that synchronizes the landscape with Hikoki. Sometimes the divine paintings impress the viewer.
Widely used in radio, television, lectures, etc. The number of lifetime flight boardings has exceeded 2100.
He has worked on 300 calendars including ANA. Above all, ANA will be 25 years old.
Received the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Award at the 2016 National Calendar Exhibition.
The monthly airline serialization "Hikoki Photo Diary" is 258 times.
His books include the "JETLINER" series (Ikaros Publishing), "ANA747FINAL" (Ikaros Publishing), and "How to take a picture of Luke Ozawa's Hikoki" (Seibundo Shinkosha).

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