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Introduction
Hiromi Tsuchida (土田ヒロミ, Tsuchida Hiromi, born 1939) is a Japanese photographer.Tsuchida has produced several collections of photographs of the aftermath of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. He has produced many influential photo books such as Zokushin, Counting Grains of Sand, New Counting Grains of Sand and The Berlin Wall. There is also a retrospective of his life's work titled, Hiromi Tsuchida's Nippo. He is a committee member of the Nikon Salon. His creative photo career is over 40 years long. After serving as principal of the Tokyo College of Photography, he became an Affiliate professor at Osaka University in 2000.
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Nationality
Japanese
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Photographer
Names
Hiromi Tsuchida, Tsuchida Hiromi, H. Tsuchida, 土田ヒロミ
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