Ishiuchi Miyako: 'waiting to Say Hello' to Clothing From Hiroshima

It was mine. The Hiroshima museum has an online component and so I started to go through the online archive. What interested me were the much smaller number of personal objects.

The personal objects are permanently in the archive. Generally, they're not exhibited. I selected items from the website and had the museum prepare them to photograph. In general, they're folded quite small and carefully wrapped in tissue. The larger objects such as the student uniform and dresses were photographed on a light box. The smaller objects I brought into the light of the sun.

The thing that most surprised me was how colourful these objects remain as well as how contemporary the designs are. I had no negative reaction to them whatsoever. If anything, I felt they had been waiting for me to come along and say hello to them.

I've seen other photographs of objects stored in the Hiroshima museum. Generally, they're in black and white and they have dark shadows on them. These are in glorious colour. There is something quite contemporary about them. You could wear them today and look quite sharp.

I can't photograph the past. I can only photograph the present. I can photograph the present now that I shared with these objects.

A photographer can only photograph what is before her eyes. What was before my eyes was the space and time I was sharing with these very particular objects.

In general, personal effects are only stored for going on seven decades if the person wearing them was famous. But these are unknown people. They're everyday objects that have been safely archived. They're a reflection of this larger problem of the atomic bomb and nuclear weapons.

There is a another issue going on. In Japan, the image of Hiroshima being victims is so powerful it conflicts with the actual historical fact that they were wearing beautiful clothes and nice silk dresses – basically clandestinely. During wartime, it was against the law to be fashionable. They were supposed to wear wartime national uniforms. What this suggests is that they were wearing these clothes under their national uniforms or under their students uniforms or at home.

The fact that they wore colourful silk dresses is hidden in Japan because it is so important that Hiroshima be perceived as a victim. The image generally is that all Hiroshima people were model citizens and wore only wore student and national uniforms and didn't secretly – like girls everywhere – want to be fashionable. So partly I discovered that historical fact and reality and I'm revealing that secret.

There were many ideas for the title. I just found myself writing out the letters in hiragana. It looked right to me. It's not freighted with a great deal of extra meaning. It is relevant to the fact that for some of these dresses, I could see myself in them. I am a woman and I could see myself in a dress.

Every time I exhibit the work, I'm creating my Hiroshima in the image of what I see. It's not a documentary. I want people toe experience them as a whole as opposed to drawing attention to individual images. It's an aggregate. We're creating in a very specific space so the images are displayed in a very particular way.

Most people don't associate Hiroshima with the color pink. It was very important for me making this title wall pink. It was one of the first decision I made. Hiroshima is usually associated with more pronounced colours such as red or black or white. I choose pink because that's the image I wanted to project.

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How to Beat the Winter Blues
As the nights draw in, millions of us feel gloom setting in. But there are ways to lift your mood in the colder months, says Rebecca Armstrong.The summer of 2007 has already gone down in history as the wettest since records began. If months of grey skies, rained-off barbecues and ruined trips to the seaside weren't depressing enough, this lack of sun could also be having an effect on the happiness of millions of us. Whether you are a signed up sufferer of seasonal affective disorder or simply feel your mood dip as the nights get darker, the consequences of a lack of sun can leave people lethargic, depressed, anxious and more likely to get colds and infections.There are a number of theories about exactly what causes SAD but the common theme is that light triggers messages to a part of the brain called the hypothalamus. This controls sleep, mood and appetite so it's thought that the lack of sunlight in winter has an impact of how effectively it manages these functions.However, there are a number of ways to combat SAD and one of the most effective is simple to use and can have results within three days. Exposure to bright light - phototherapy - helps 80 per cent of SAD sufferers, according to the mental health charity Mind. Ordinary light bulbs aren't strong enough, though, as the average domestic or office light only emits an intensity of 200-500 lux while the minimum dose necessary to treat SAD is 2,500 lux. The easiest way to get this kind of light is by investing in a light box - prices start from about €85 - and sitting in front of it for around one or two hours a day. Boots has seen sales of its range of light boxes soar by 147 per cent this year.In the depths of winter it's easy to stay indoors and shun any unnecessary trips outside, especially if the weather is foul and temperatures are freezing. However, leaving the house can have a huge effect on mood. According to experts, anyone who suffers from SAD or low moods associated with winter should try to get as much natural sunlight as possible.Research published earlier this year suggests that during winter, 90 per cent of British and Irish adults suffer from a shortage of vitamin D. The study's author, Dr Elia Hypponen, says that "a sensible outdoor lifestyle... will make adequate vitamin D." If it's impossible to leave the house or office during daylight hours, Mind recommends sitting near the windows in light-coloured rooms. 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"Increase nutrient-rich foods - fruit, vegetables and wheatgerm - and eat tuna, mackerel, herring or salmon three times a week." Holford also advises eating nuts and seeds - go for flax, hemp, pumpkin, sunflower and sesame. "It's also important to minimise your intake of fried and processed food and saturated fat," he says.In severe cases of SAD, some doctors may suggest taking serotonin re-uptake inhibitor antidepressants (SSRIs) during the winter months. "For some people it is useful to go on antidepressants - obviously after going along to see your GP," says O'Neill. "At the diagnosis stage it's important to recognise if the condition has happened before and if you always have symptoms of depression that start to kick in around this time of year. A low level of antidepressants can lift your mood and break the cycle." But combining treatments can be even more helpful than simply relying on prescription drugs. "Taking antidepressants while using a light box can be very effective. 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Most Frequently Asked Questions on Light Box
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Everything Comes Alive We Are Messengers
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He's in a Golden State of Mind
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How to Get Good Lighting for Food Photography
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So it is best that you shoot during the day or find artificial light indoors. The best way is to experiment.Light can produce different qualities and effects. Obviously you will want to stay away from the shadows. The main thing you should focus on is the food, but you can enhance this with good lighting with the use of reflections.Sometimes it is really cool to shoot someone eating the food. You don't always have to take a shot of a simple salad or plate of something delicious. Often you capture more of the mood in this way. Don't forget, here again, the focus is on the food and the light should pick up on that.It also depends on what you are shooting. If the shape is round or in the shaped of a cube and you want to emphasize that, then you have to position the main light so that it is focusing on this aspect.The best thing here is to experiment. You will find that if you change the main light around, you will start to see a difference in many different ways. For example, textures will become more pronounced as you move the light an inch or two up and it will change again as you move it behind the subject.You want to aim for smaller light sources to be able to grab more texture into your shot. It is also a good idea to place the light on the side of the subject for more effect. Some like a salad offers a lot of different texture, with various leaves that you should be able to get a sense from in the end result, so this must be captured.Don't become frustrated if you don't get this right the first time. With food photography, you have to be incredibly patient. Lighting is just one aspect, but it is a very big step and without it, you won't have a descent shot, so make sure you master this first before moving on to style and composition.How to use and make a lightboxI thought it would be appropriate to learn how to make use of a light box for various aspects in food photography because this is a tool that you may often find useful. You will see how this comes into play as you start to experiment more and find out ways with working with light. It could turn out to be your most important tool.You can actually make these quite easily. It is basically a box with a light source. You can have two or three light sources, depending on what you are wanting to achieve. But, don't mix this up with the light box you install on your Facebook page! :)Choose daylight energy efficient bulbs. Go to a proper lighting shop to get this. I got something great from a store that specializes in bulbs and lights. The light you choose should be the same all the way around. Once you find something that works with your project, don't experiment with anything else because you are just going to go crazy.You know by now that lights create shadow, but you can really work this so that there is as much shadow as you want, or none at all. Shadow is not necessarily a bad thing - it can make a boring apple have a really cool 3D look to it. 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You should be able to customize these settings. A camera that does it all for you, is not going to give you the right kind of shot.A few practical issuesSelect the box size that is going to suit whatever you are trying to shoot. This is pretty obvious, but if you are shooting a small flower, then go for something, 30 cm wide by 1 foot. To make this, you need to cut out the front of the box and leave a bar in front. You then need to line the whole inside with white paper, making a curve in the horizontal corner.This is to ensure that you won't see the fold lines in the box because you don't want this showing up on your shot. Position the lamps right over the box and you should also think of using a tripod.I really recommend this because in a situation like this, it can be difficult not to have the shakes. You may like to head over to an editing program and see if there are any final touches that you can make.
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