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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…

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…


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….

Time tunnel: Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo, Japan

After recently shooting some frames just like this for a client, I found myself on the train gong over the Rainbow Bridge again yesterday; this time with a student, on our way to…


On location with William & Noriko

Teaching photography is one of my greatest pleasures. It’s nothing to do with me and all about the people I am teaching. In the tightrope-walking world of needing to promote my skills and…


Stekki magazine special: Cynthia Popper

Cynthia Popper first approached me not long after she arrived in Tokyo. The first thing we did together was to walk for half a day around some of Tokyo’s backstreets: me showing her…

Fashion portrait photography in Tokyo: Mari Nishimura

Fashion portraits in Tokyo: Mari Nishimura

This article could also be called ‘How To Get The Best Value for Money Studio for Six Hours’… Shooting in the studio is not something I do very much of. When I need…

Review and first shots with the Mamiya RB67 to Nikon Adaptor

Written a post about the adaptor and there are a few street shots from Shinagawa today. Here's one of my fave shots… Also, if you are interested in this adaptor, there is an…

Water drops on the day the snow melted

The day after the snow: out with the macro lens

Tokyo’s recent day of heavy snow was a lot of fun and I managed to get out and do some shooting in it, despite the very wet nature of the snow… which can…

Tokyo int he snow: heaviest snowfall for a decade

Tokyo in the snow: heaviest falls for a decade?

After a tiring weekend, driving up to Minamisoma and back on an food-aid delivery, I didn’t really feel up to much today and got up late. Mind you, very happy we came back from…

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