To commemorate the site's opening in May 2022 , we were conducting a project to recruit monitors. All of our staff members are very happy and surprised by the response to the many people who applied.
We selected May monitor models from among the 435 people who applied for the May recruitment.
Thank you very much for all your applications!
This time, we would like to introduce some excerpts from the responses to the monitor survey.
<Monitor model introduction>
Kinako-chan 5 years old Shiba Inu (Akashiba)
She has a self-paced personality, a charming smile, and loves people!
Monaka-chan 4 years old Shiba Inu (Kuroshiba)
An energetic child who loves dogs and is good at sprinting!
The photo you provided was taken when we went out to a poppy field.
The contrast between the green and red was beautiful, and the two animals looked calm and friendly and were full of smiles in the photo.
It must have been a fun time playing in the sunny poppy field.
Kinako-chan and Monaka-chan looked so happy as they looked close to each other, it was so cute that the staff who saw them were smiling naturally.
We were able to receive an eye-catching piece with its shiny, sun-kissed fur, and now it was time to weave it into a product.
Once we receive the image, we will work with the weaver to make detailed adjustments to the color specification and weaving area.
We value the shine of the coat and the subtle expressions, and make adjustments for each photo to make the most of them.
Nishijin-ori is a traditional Japanese technique that allows weaving thin, delicate silk threads at high density.
Although the high density slows down the production speed, its great feature is that it allows for careful and detailed expression.
Usually, you often see them as neckties or obi belts, but now that photos can be woven in this way, the range of expression and products are expanding.
When asked about the finish,
They said, "It's amazing how the detailed color changes are expressed."
The place where it was decorated was the dining room.
It looks like you chose a location that gets a lot of light.
A location with good sunlight and a location where the lighting changes easily depending on the time of day are very important points when choosing a location to display your Photofab .
Photofab 's appearance, shine, and texture change depending on the lighting and viewing angle. Therefore, you can enjoy it in a variety of ways by changing its expression depending on where you display it and where you view it from.
This point was also mentioned as an interesting point that is not shown in the photo.
We were also happy to hear that they were able to hold the product in their hands, saying, ``I'm happy to be able to preserve memorable moments in form using traditional Japanese techniques.''
The monitor recruitment project will continue in June and July .
All of the Photofab staff are looking forward to seeing what kind of children we will meet next time.
*As of June 2022 , recruitment for June has ended.
A total of three sessions are scheduled for May, June , and July . The final July recruitment is scheduled to begin on July 1 , 2022 .