I am self-taught, picking up my first camera during elementary school. By 1964, I had my first camera, a 120 Fujipet with two aperature settings: sun and cloudy. It was downhill by then. Thanks for your comments! Feel free to also read my true short stories about my family and neighbors during WWII.

FineArtAmerica: koji-kanemoto.artistwebsites.com/

Short Stories: p47koji.com

FB: kanemoto.foto

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  • JoinedJune 2010
  • OccupationAmateur Photographer and Writer
  • HometownTokyo, Japan
  • Current cityLong Beach
  • CountryUSA
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Nica says:

Most photographers excel at one style (or theme if you will) for picture taking. Rarely do you see such diversity in styles then in Mr Koji's photostream. He is a very talented photographer who clearly sees what many miss, when taking a their captions. Fantastic focus can be found in his pictures and a need to show the… Read more

Most photographers excel at one style (or theme if you will) for picture taking. Rarely do you see such diversity in styles then in Mr Koji's photostream. He is a very talented photographer who clearly sees what many miss, when taking a their captions. Fantastic focus can be found in his pictures and a need to show the story. I've admired his photos for some time now and it just keep me wanting to see more. Mustang Koji is an EXCELLENT photographer and always keeps things interesting. I highly recommend all to take a stroll through his photostream!!!

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December 4, 2015

One cannot say enough good things about Mustang Koji. In addition to presenting us with wonderful photographs, he is most knowledgeable and willing to go an extra mile to help and inform. His family story is remarkable, and as the historian of his family, he tells the story in a beautiful and articulate way. If you… Read more

One cannot say enough good things about Mustang Koji. In addition to presenting us with wonderful photographs, he is most knowledgeable and willing to go an extra mile to help and inform. His family story is remarkable, and as the historian of his family, he tells the story in a beautiful and articulate way. If you are interested in food, Japanese culture, World War II history, cars, and a variety of other subjects, you need to peruse his photostream. Caution: you may learn something or even develop a friendship with this interesting, talented, and unique individual!

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August 13, 2012