Through A Quiet Window

by Steve Jansen

Through A Quiet Window

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Steve Jansen has held a long-standing interest in photography. Through A Quiet Window presents a selection of photographs produced in the late 1970s and early 1980s when Jansen was active with the alternative English band, Japan. The book offers a unique glimpse into the world, as seen through the eyes of a critically-acclaimed musician over a career spanning more than four decades. Produced originally as a soft cover smaller book in Japan only this is a new and updated version with many new and unseen images. Hardcover book printed onto star dream, 290x220mm, 240 inner pages, full colour print onto 170gsm white stock. Despite travelling the world, monuments and buildings weren t something I needed to document because they would always be there. What I felt mattered was the relatively short lives that were shining bright in the foreground, naturally projecting themselves out of the everyday. I prefer images that are naturally lit, so that the atmosphere of ambient light is maintained
About the book

Steve Jansen has held a long-standing interest in photography. Through A Quiet Window presents a selection of photographs produced in the late 1970s and early 1980s when Jansen was active with the alternative English band, Japan. The book offers a unique glimpse into the world, as seen through the eyes of a critically-acclaimed musician over a career spanning more than four decades. Produced originally as a soft cover smaller book in Japan only this is a new and updated version with many new and unseen images. Hardcover book printed onto star dream, 290x220mm, 240 inner pages, full colour print onto 170gsm white stock. Despite travelling the world, monuments and buildings weren t something I needed to document because they would always be there. What I felt mattered was the relatively short lives that were shining bright in the foreground, naturally projecting themselves out of the everyday. I prefer images that are naturally lit, so that the atmosphere of ambient light is maintained