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A model of customer service; International Forum, Tokyo

Wandering through here a few weeks ago. I go there a lot. Re-visiting the same location again and again is one way of helping to develop one's eye. It's a case of having to find something new in a place you have seen once a week over the past three years and once a year for the nine years before that.

Still, I always find some new angle in this place and hadn't really tried the tilt-shift rig for the Mamiya in there before.

So, it was time I did. I like this one. It's a cliche now, with all that fake tilt-shift bollocks going on for every mobile phone and piece of software you can imagine. But this is the real thing folks; holding a camera that weights about 25lbs over the abyss.... 300ft straight down.

Mamiya 645AFDii
Mamiya ZD digital back
Kodak Ektar 127mm f/4.7 lens
Mamiya macro bellows

One Comment

  1. I love what you do with that 25lb monster of a tilt shift rig. The image is of course fantastic but I really appreciate that you take the time to share things like suggesting to visit the same place over and over again in order to develop one's eye. As someone who is self trained those words of wisdom really means a lot to me! Thanks!

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