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Heavy snow in the streets of Omori, Tokyo
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Snow-quiet streets of Omori: January 14th, 2013

I guess I am sort of excited about the prospect of having more heavy snow tomorrow, hence the couple of posts today from the last dump of snow we had in Tokyo. This is a street not far from our … Continue reading

Mini Miu: nude diptych
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Getting back into nudes, gently….

It’s been years since I shot nudes; at art-college in the early 1990s was probably the last time I did a lot of it. I shot a few semi-nudes during the workshop I did lats year in Miyazaki and a … Continue reading

Street photography in Tokyo, Japan: Shinbashi
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Fixed position street photography: drivers passing, Shinbashi, Tokyo

Finding a good spot and staying in it can be as rewarding as shooting on the move. I sometimes equate street photography to fishing and there’re basically two ways of doing either: ‘trawling’ with a big net, i.e. moving and shooting … Continue reading

Professor Satoshi Ono, visiting fellow of GRIPS in Tokyo
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Professor Satoshi Ono for Eurobiz Magazine

The great thing about shooting a wide variety of types of work is that I get to meet loads of interesting people. This is Professor Satoshi Ono, visiting fellow at Tokyo’s GRIPS [Graduate Institute for Policy Studies]. I met him … Continue reading

Ginko leaves at shrine in Asakusabashi, Tokyo
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Autumn still in full swing: Asakusabashi shrine

I was out for a few hours yesterday with one of my photography students, getting her sorted on some composition related items: leading the eye with line, colour, exposure mainly.  This little shrine near Asakusabashi subway station is a spot … Continue reading

Paddle boarding at sunset, Kamakura, Japan
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Paddle-boarding in the last of the sun., Kamakura, Japan

I don’t post many photos these days that are cropped to widescreen but this one just suited the crop. I actually have a custom ground-glass screen in my Nikon, which has 16×9 and Panavision crops ground into it. So when … Continue reading