Tag: tokyo

Art & Photography: Tim Kerr in Tokyo

Art & Photography: Tim Kerr in Tokyo I am always interested in anything photography related, and being a former art student I also love seeing interesting art. So when artist/photographer Tim Kerr told me he would be in Tokyo I thought it might be cool to share with you what Tim does. Check it out.

Paper Pirates x Tokyo

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Paper Pirates x Tokyo Paper Pirates have a very simple concept. Shoot. Print. Send. Steal. Check it out.

Visiting Tokyo? Then go here…

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Visiting Tokyo? Then go here… Some of you might remember that I wrote a little buyers guide for camera shopping in Tokyo. Well, there was a map attached to that, which may have been overlooked by some. So here is is again.

Well well well, The workshop has finished and it has been emotional Yes, that is right, the workshop has finished and we had a blast. It has been a roller coaster of emotions for all of us, not just the students but the instructors too. We have made friends from all over the world and […]

Eric Kim’s Street Workshop – Tokyo

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Ever wanted to come to Tokyo? Ever wanted to shoot street photography here? Well this is your chance….the legendary Eric Kim is coming to Tokyo to run a street photography workshop with yours truly, Alfie Goodrich of Japanorama and guest speaker Charlie Kirk. Yes, that is right, we are going to be running a street photography […]

Tokyo used camera fair 2011

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Get your wallet ready, there is a fair in town That’s right, it is time again for the ICS used camera fair. There are a lot of camera fairs in Tokyo, but this one is considered to be one of the premium ones. The Imported Camera Society began in 1972 as a group of camera […]

A fun little video made by my mate Irwin Wong, featuring a very handsome Japancamerahunter (look out of the fat spanner with the silly hat). Unfortunately I now have this bloody tune running around my head. Check out his site here. Cheers Japancamerahunter

A great little interview by the charming Mijonju of the amazing Herbie Yamaguchi. We were both at John Sypal’s show on the opening night when Herbie arrived. Herbie spent the early eighties wandering the streets of London taking in the punk explosion. It was really cool to hear his stories (that is me standing next […]

The darkness that drives me

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A personal collection of pieces that I am considering to exhibit this year There is not really a great deal to say about all of these, I would really like the images to speak for themselves. I have been studying the work of different photographers over the summer and have been trying to give my […]

The Canon F1

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The canon F1, also known as the camera hewn from solid steel by Gods own hands Canon got into the pro SLR market a little bit late, when compared to the release of the great Nikon F series, in fact you could say that they really missed the boat, as this camera was not actually […]