We introduce you to the fine art photography of Japan-based photographer, Reylia Slaby, who infuses the country's beauty into her aesthetic and often uses its perspectives as the subject of her work

Japan Through the Lens of Photographer Reylia Slaby
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Creating art is the act of creating mirrors in everything you see.

Never Let Me Go
I See Through You

I realised early on that my love for art and photography had less to do with shooting the outside world, but rather, capturing the inner mind and using the external world to reflect it. While my work predominately focuses on people, my goal has always been to capture the heart of a person, an experience, or a belief, rather than simply capturing its outward beauty.

Fine art portrait work

Becoming

Art is a kinetic, living, breathing thing, just as we are. It is wild and changes with how we evolve. That is what excites me, which I always keep in mind when I create. Free the bird, and then it will fly.

Brighter Now

Tatemae

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