Sean K. Harp – For The Love
Film's Not Dead
July 20, 2017
Introducing the fourth winner of 12 in our competition ‘For the Love’ with Kodak, Sean K. Harp!
Harp is a photojournalist working for the United States Army and is currently based out of Seoul, Korea. We were instantly drawn to Harp’s composition and choice of moment, in both his winning image and other photos. With a classic photojournalistic style and a brilliant eye for composing a scene, Harp’s photographs are intriguing and each with their own individual story to tell.
On the back of yet another month of brilliant entries, Harp’s image of the lone Korean soldier really stood out to us, with it’s perfect combination of colour and composition. A highly cinematic image in which the natural shapes of the clouds and greenery work in synergy with the man-made, to create a perfect space for the soldier.
We had a chat with Harp to reveal the story behind his winning photo, what’s it like to work for the US Army and how he’s getting along with shooting film!
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