Still En Route Roppongi…

Still En Route Roppongi…

Here are some more shots I took on my way to Roppongi for dinner at Heaven.   I bumped into my favorite nighttime subject to shoot… I found a street I have never walked down and went exploring… Today’s Configuration: Leica M9 and a Noctilux 50mm f/0.95....
En Route Roppongi

En Route Roppongi

I went for a walk and took some photos on my way to dinner in Roppongi at Heaven the other night…Japanese Pears, Nashi, are coming into season and can be seen being sold in front of train stations… Today’s Configuration: Leica M9 and a Noctilux 50mm...
Dinner at Heaven

Dinner at Heaven

I had dinner at Heaven (Ten) in Roppongi last night.    I love this place…  Now get ready for some Food Porn. Today’s Configuration: FujiFilm x100 Round #1 – Raw tomatoes Round #2 – Asparaniku R0und #3 – Mushrooms Round #4 – Scallops...
Shibuya at Night

Shibuya at Night

I was able to run out and shoot a bit in Shibuya the other night.  I always love shooting in Shibuya at night as there is so much to see… Today’s Configuration: Leica M9 with a Noctilux 50mm f/0.95 and Summilux 35mm f/1.4.  FujiFilm x100 I hopped the...
Eating Sushi…and some thoughts on photography

Eating Sushi…and some thoughts on photography

A photographer goes to a woman’s house for dinner.  He has an amazing meal and upon leaving he turns and says to the woman ‘wow you must have a great stove’… I am sure every photographer has gotten the unintentional backhanded compliment...
Rolling with the Tokyo Cranks

Rolling with the Tokyo Cranks

I had the pleasure of meeting up with the Tokyo Cranks and riding along Tamagawa River this morning.  Tokyo Cranks is an international group of Japanese and long term foreign residents in Japan that meet up on Sundays for a casual cycle and coffee talk.   Up at 6AM...
McFarol

McFarol

Yesterday was Autumnal Equinox in Japan so the country was on holiday… except for me as I needed to work. Today’s Configuration: Leica M9 with a Noctilux 50mm f/0.95 and a Summicron 90mm f/2.0.    FujiFilm x100. RSS Readers:  I have modified my RSS feed to be a...
Creating ShootTokyo

Creating ShootTokyo

A lot of people dream of starting a blog one day.  I was one of those people and last year decided to start ShootTokyo – a friendly photography blog.   It has been an interesting and often times a frustrating process.   I knew exactly what I wanted the outcome...
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