Photography workshops in Tokyo: From Atriums to Alleyways: The Architecture of Yurakucho…

Photography workshops in Tokyo: From Atriums to Alleyways: The Architecture of Yurakucho and Ginza

An architectural photography walk with the aim of producing images for an A4, 6-sided, fold-out pamphlet to act as introduction and schedule for a fictional festival of architecture, to be held in the International Forum. 

Participants will be provided with a PDF example pamphlet beforehand. On this walk we’ll be learning some skills in shooting Tokyo’s architecture and what is necessary to produce various stills for the pamphlet (landscape and portrait aspect ratios, details and establishing shots, encapsulating the variety of the area’s buildings in a limited number of photographs).

Special note: We will have, on loan from Hasselblad, one of their H5D digital medium-format cameras, fitted with their brand-new 50MP CMOS Hasselblad back. We'll have 28mm and 100mm AF Hasselblad lenses plus their Tilt-Shift Adaptor.

Meeting place: Yurakucho JR Station, International Forum exit.

Meeting time: 10am

Proposed finishing time: 6pm

Route and key waypoints: From Yurakucho through the Ginza, including: Tokyo International Forum, DeBeers Building, Mikimoto Building, Cartier Building, The Ginza, Chanel Building, Marugen Buildings

Number of places available: 10

Workshop fee: 5000Yen

Gear you might want to bring: Digital camera. If you have an interchangeable lens camera [DSLR] then the following might be useful: wide-angle lens, 50mm lens, telephoto lens. Tripods are optional but may be useful.

Please RSVP to: alfiejapanorama@gmail.com

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  1. Alfie Goodrich

    Seven places have been booked already….

  2. Alfie Goodrich

    Workshop now fully booked….

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