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Long exposure shot of the last Yamanote Line train on Friday night

Photowalk: After the Last Train

A mixture of long-exposures and people shots on this late-night walk in Tokyo


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…

A vintage Datsun in backyard garage. Photo by Justin Choulochas

Photowalk in Yokohama: Yamate-Ishikawacho

Re-visiting a great series of suburban areas in Yokohama.

Momiji in Todoroki, Tokyo

Photowalk in Todoroki Ravine

The results of two recent excursions to this lovely corner of Tokyo.

Abandoned Citroen 2CV in Kamakura

Kamakura Photowalk

Shots from our recent walk around tranquil Kamakura.

Lens aperture and flare

What is in a glass?

Bellamy Hunt examines if your glass is half-full or half-empty.

Charlie Goodrich: shooting photos of your kids

Shooting photos of kids, part 325

Mum was out for the evening, so we had a play with the cameras.

Have I got enough?

Better to get it right in-camera but ‘enough’ is OK when you know what you need.

Why I always carry my camera…

…even out on to my balcony to have a smoke.

iPhone 4 Camera: Worst Phone Camera Ever?

Coal Miki-Restall highlights some astonishing white-balance issues.

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