Henri Cartier-Bresson Exhibition

I was able to leave work early enough one evening this to get to catch the Henri Cartier-Bresson Exhibition in Ginza at Chanel.    Henri Cartier-Bresson was one of the founders of the photography collaborative Magnum Photo along with cooperative along with Robert...

Robert Capa Exhibition

I went with my wife yesterday to see a photo exhibition at the Yokohama Museums of Art.  It was two solo shows of Magnum Photographer Andre Friedman, aka Robert Capa, and his girlfriend Gerta Pohorylee, aka Gerda Taro.   Robert Capa was one of the founding members of...

Catching Up

My work has been keeping me extremely busy lastly.   A bit too busy some days it seems.   I feel like I just got back and fourth to the office.   I did find one very entertaining midweek release: reading the reviews of the Hutzler 571 Banana Slicer.  I will warn you...

10 months of shooting film

After 10 months of shooting film I have to say I really enjoy the process as well as the final result.  I haven’t learned how to process film yet. and I probably never will.  I don’t have the time or the desire.   I would rather dedicate my limited free...

Tokyo Snow Storm

Finally my first Tokyo snow storm!  Tokyo and snow to not go together.    This city has no idea how to deal with snow when it comes.  There are no plows, sanding or salting capabilities.   Most people, including me do not own snow shovels, window scrapers and the...

Dinner at Kill Bill’s

I had a co-worker in town this weekend helping me with some things that work and I took him out for a few hours to show him a bit of Tokyo and grab some dinner. We didn’t have a lot of time so we headed over to Shibuya. It is always lively there with lots of see...

Drinking with Sumo

I met up with some friends after work one night this week for some dinner and drinks…and never thought we would be drinking with sumo.   This place was called Dosukoi Sakaba Saikai run by a retired Sumo Wrestler. This type of place is called ‘Chanko’ which is the name...

Shooting Film: Illford 3200

One thing I love about shooting film is that I continue to expand my knowledge and continue to learn more about photography.  When I went to Kamakura last weekend with my friend David he brought me a roll of Illford 3200.     An incredibly fast film.   It has lots of...
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