Tag Archives: tokyo street photography

A legend amongst camera lenses

Posted on by Bellamy

There are camera lenses, and then there is the NOCT: Yes, that is right, the Nikon Noct. The daddy of fixed SLR camera lenses. This is the ultra pretty, ultra heavy and ultra fast Nikon Noct 58mm f/1.2 Ais camera lens. This is what could be called a Bokeh master in the truest sense, having a […]

Tokyo Visual Arts college

Posted on by Bellamy

The beard gives me strength, like Samson! Visiting Tokyo Visual Arts College: Well, I have had a pretty eventful week so far. Aside from camera hunting, taking an insane amount of pictures and meeting some really interesting people. On Tuesday I was asked to be a guest lecturer at Tokyo Visual Arts College, by photographer and good […]

This is why I do what I do…

Posted on by Bellamy

Because I get to see stuff like this beauty, every single day. I love cameras, sometimes I think a little bit too much… It has to be said that there is a very fine line between a passion and an obsession, and to be honest with you, sometimes I am not really sure which one is […]

The faces of Japan

Posted on by Bellamy

There are millions of interesting faces, here are a few. We are surrounded by millions, but how often do we really look at their faces? I have been taking photos for years, and for the most part they have been either crap or in no form of direction. I decided recently that I really needed to […]

Is your glass half empty?

Posted on by Bellamy

What you should be thinking when you buy a new lens . The question that everyone asks me when they have decided to buy a camera is usually “which camera should I buy, oh wise one?“ (Well, maybe no the wise one bit, but you know what I mean). This is a bit a a loaded question […]

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