Good news! Aimless Photography has just opened its first 'artsy fartsy' collection; that is, a set of photographs that have magically been transformed into art prints. Titled Artsy Japan, it's the first of many sets to come. This one happens to feature some fantastic kagura images taken at a festival in rural Hiroshima. Unfortunately, the shots were taken on a 6 megapixel point and shoot from the back of the amphitheatre, so they make for rotten photographs. They do, however, look fantastic as art
prints, and in my mind, really capture the movement, colour, and pizazz of kagura.