Jason Hindley’s lens turn brown tones into cheerful yellows. His photography fills empty spaces with colors. He seeks overexposure, tones that boil up from reality, and contrast creates a better balance. It is like a paintball simulation on images: blue, pink, and white. Jason takes the shots and his wife Keiko directs him in art and style. The Hindleys build perfect sets around nature. Every detail is neatly chosen. The colors that the Hindleys’ chase were on display, streaking through the skies and mixing their tones according to the time of day. The Amazon is truly a living palette.