"“depth of field”" tag

Photowalk: Yurakucho to Kanda in the rain

Shooting some street photography, catching the typhoon rain and showing Liam from Australia some good spots to shoot with telephoto lenses. A great afternoon out with the cameras and a chance to catch…


Hanami in Naka-meguro, Tokyo

Naka-meguro in Tokyo’s Meguro Ward is probably one of the best-known of cherry-blossom locations in Tokyo. It can get extraordinarily busy on the weekends so, typically, I do photowalks there mid-week to avoid…

The letter 'J' in an umbrella handle

From A-Z via B, C & D

A photographic journey across a great part of town hunting down the alphabet.

Urban Fragments

New magazine layouts from our recent walk around the Sky Tree part of town.


Simple depth of field excercises

It’s all just chunks of space in focus. These excercises show you how much.

Photography project: Shadows

With the coming of harsh summer light, here’s something you CAN do with it.

Nikon Picture Controls

Some new ones uploaded today from Alfie’s picture control collection.

The Commute

Here’s a fun little project you can do on your own – shoot your commute and post your results to flickr

Bokeh workshop in Ningyocho

Shots from our walking workshop last Saturday, exploring the backstreets of this charming part of Tokyo.

Colours of Tsukishima

With a bit of down-time between meetings, Alfie soaks up some colour in Tsukishima.

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