Tag: japanese-photography

Japanese Haikyo 廃墟

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A different view of Japan, the haikyo There is a word in Japanese for exploring old buildings, and that word is haikyo 廃墟. It means abandoned buildings, but it is understood that when you say the word you are going to explore the old buildings.

Eyes wide open; Being aware

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blink and you could miss it I know I post a lot about cameras, but they are a bit of a thing for me, as you all know. Well, this time I thought I should post about something a bit different. Namely spatial awareness. Yeah, I know, keep it about the cameras, but I really […]

Nobuyoshi Araki [part 1]

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Well, I thought it time that I put up a video about the notorious Araki. You cannot really escape his photography and the impact that he has had on Japanese photography. I was never a particular fan of the man or his work until I watched a documentary about him recently. What I saw was […]

Here is some info for people in case you were wondering what I am all about I have had a few people ask me lately what I do and what this site is all about, so I thought I should clear up a few things. Yes, I am a camera collector and fan, but I […]

The Minolta TC-1, the greatest compact camera that nobody knows When it comes to compact film cameras, there are a few cameras that all camera geeks and collectors know about…the Ricoh GR1 and GR21, the Contax T2 and T3, the Nikon 35Ti and 28Ti etc. But there is one that barely anyone talks about, which […]

To Flickr or not to Flickr

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To Flickr or not to Flickr

Social networking and sharing websites: Which ones do you use? Now that we have Face book, Twitter and all that runs in between there has never been a better way to share you work and your visions. For the photographers among us we have Flickr, Smugmug, 500PX and many many more in between. But in reality, […]