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Liam Wong's work transforms night time Tokyo into an aesthetic cyberpunk Dreamland. This book is beautiful and also features a foreword from Hideo Kojima. This book is perfect for Tokyo lovers, Photographers and video game fans alike! Would highly recommend!😁🌃💜💙💜
I can relax in the evening reading this book, which is what I wanted.
What I did love was that Liam is tellingly a story of how he discovered he was creating stories, and how he worked out how to tell those story. Liam even added a few explainer pages, and overall I think this helps other photographers develop their own style. His explanations really made me think about things like, okay how could I take a step forward to focus on texture, for example, how can I put something between me and the subject.
The printing was excellent. Colours were vibrant. I did not find the photos spread accross the fold to be ideal, though I personally could not think of a better solution - it's only about 15% of photos... Just push the book flat.
And by the by, I noticed after buying this that Liam was art director for Far Cry 4, a game I consider to be among the top 10 all time games. So thank you for that.
Incredible book. Amazing photographs from an amazing artist. Cyberpunk enthusiasts will love this, very bladerunner-esque in content. Premium quality paper and hardback binding, the photographs are clear and visually stunning. All round a fantastic purchase.
I am a photographer myself and I think I did find my phot-nirvana with this book. The images are spot on, the colours are amazing and give so many nuances to the photos. If you are a fan on videogames and you are fascinated by Tokyo this is a book you cannot miss.
There are lots of good photos in this book but it's clear that the photographer edited these photos to be viewed on a computer/phone screen. Transferred to print in this book the pictures look dull and dark. I've been to Japan many times and know first hand what Tokyo looks like at night. Overall its a good book but with printing/editing issues leaving the pictures lacking. This might be artistic style but left me feeling a little underwhelmed.
This book is breathtaking. From the stunning photography that takes you into the streets of Tokyo to the dialogue explaining Liam's thoughts and journey. You'll be glued to this book and not want to put it down. This is my first photography book and I cannot express how pleased I am to have this in my possession. Highly recommend you purchase this if you love the culture and essence of Tokyo.