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Now, THAT is a hat! – after the parade, Yokohama

I was down in Yokohama for a few hours yesterday, doing a lesson with one of my regular students.  Whilst we were in the little park in ChinaTown, we spotted this guy –…


A walk into Tokyo from the Rainbow Bridge

The other week I took a contact of mine, who was in Tokyo from Sakhalin, out for a photowalk/lesson. We started in Shiodome, took the Yurikamome Line across the Rainbow Bridge and later…

Multiple exposure of Tokyo Bay

See the article and full gallery on my website [link below]. This shot was made with in-camera 'multiple exposure' feature of the D800. View this post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog…

Panorama of Shibuya from Hikarie Building

This is a fairly rough and ready panorama, shot in just a couple of minutes yesterday. This is a 4000px shot which you can zoom into: – use your mouse wheel to zoom…


Ten-page feature in Air Mexico’s magazine

The thrill of seeing work in print never goes away. It’s always a great buzz to work on a feature for a magazine and this is my second collaboration with ‘Accent’ magazine; the…

Fashion photography in Japan: Ruri in Mimitsu, Miyazaki-ken, Kyushu

One from the archives, as I was going through some files today and realised I hadn't really ever posted many on here from the shoot I did in May of last year with…

Accent magazine feature

Here’s the opening spread from the feature and you can see the whole lot at my website. Also there is a PDF of the last twelve-page feature and front-cover I had in the…


Photography in Tokyo: In Praise of Shinagawa Inter-City

I spent a lot of years visiting Japan and subsequently living in the Shinagawa area before I ever though there was much to see or do in Shinagawa, except use the train station….

Diptych: Shinagawa Inter-City

One diptych I shot the other day and an article on my website about shooting in and around the Inter-City complex in Tokyo’s Shinagawa district. This photo? Nikon D800 Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 Ai…

Vertical Panorama in the Shibuya River, shot in 2009

Seeing +Takahiro Yamamoto's recent shots from the Shibuya River reminded me of shots I did there back in 2009. My HDR work has come on a lot since then but I think this…

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Japanorama is run by British professional photographer, Alfie Goodrich, and provides practical photography teaching in Tokyo. Weekly workshops, group and one-to-one lessons bring together photographers of all ages and abilities.

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