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Beauty in the Mundane: photowalk from Jinbocho to Kayabacho

We’re all living in a world of our own at least part of the week. No shame in that. For some in the city it is a safety mechanism; a way of gently…

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Workshop Report: A Bit of Park, A Bit of Street

A crowd of us took to the streets of Tokyo on 11th December for a workshop that would include some nice park action, some street photography and some street modelling. Getting out into…

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“Two Days Out With Liam” or “Why I Teach”

Getting great shots myself is a buzz but nowhere near the buzz of teaching others to get great shots. When I started teaching photography, I was asked by a few fellow professionals ‘…aren’t…

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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…

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Photowalk, July 2nd: Texture

I recently met with a gallery and agency owner who is interested in putting on shows by Japanorama’s students. So, this walk will be one targeted at getting you started on a search…

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On and off the rails: a day on the trains in Tokyo

Just subsequent to writing an article about trainspotting in Tokyo, I took a group of photographers on a workshop around the Yamanote Line and onto the shinkansen platforms of Tokyo Station. The idea…

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Train of thought

Just a day after admitting a penchant for umbrellas, here I am confessing to being a trainspotter. As someone just pointed out on Facebook, the next thing will be my ‘fessing-up about my…

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Photowalk: Tsukishima & Kiyosumi

Ivan has been on a couple of workshops now and he wanted his friend Joachim, whose been in town from Sweden, to have a photowalk before he headed back home. We started in…

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Shakuji-gawa cherry-blossom walk

I discovered the Shakuji River via a good mate of mine, Toru, a year or so ago. Here’s a link to an article I made upon first finding this wonderful area. It might…

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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…

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