A gallery full of example shots and a cheat-sheet to take you through the basics of balancing ambient light with flash.
One week, a stack of photos and I feel myself falling in love with Tokyo’s ‘Rainbow Bridge’.
In the average week I get asked lots of times: ‘how you do that?’ So, here starts a new series of articles on that theme.
Water purification fountains are a feature of Japanese shrines and Alfie has a bit of a thing about them.
The ballet of mass-movement to be enjoyed at Tokyo Station. A great photographer’s playground.
Last Sunday’s workshop was a wet one. Click through for photos and more info!
You may need to hold a camera to your eye, most of the time, to get your shots. But that doesn’t mean you have to be standing up!
Do you live in Japan and want to learn photography in English? We run lessons for photographers of all skill levels.
This Nikon legend still only exists in manual-focus form but that takes nothing away from its deserved reputation as one of the Kings of Bokeh.
The most basic description of ‘depth of field’ is the portion of a scene which appears in sharp focus. Now, if you will excuse the potential for plaigiarism, I would like to quote…