I've been wandering around Tokyo with my Hasselblad when I have time. I love when life gives me the time to do that. I always have so many projects going on at once. I am starting to get busy with work again and will fly off to Las Vegas on Tuesday for 1.5 weeks. I have next weekend free so I am going to try to organize a photowalk while I am in Las Vegas. I enjoyed getting to shoot a lot with my buddy David over the holidays...
Today’s configuration: Hasselblad 501cm with a Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm shot on Ilford 400 XP2.
I always find the amount of abandoned bikes in Tokyo amazing. I saw this bike at 6:30AM...
Appropriate cone use... The real issue is the stair. You see this all over Tokyo. You figure they would have design a better stair that people won't so obviously trip over.
How many poor souls walked between these poles before someone stepped in with a cone. On behalf of the people of Jiyugaoka - Thank You!
I love this building in Shinjuku. It is so well designed.
When you live in a place as crowded as Tokyo you need to take advantage of every space... This is actually bigger than a lot of parking spaces in Tokyo.
I love going back and visiting the snippits of my life that can be found in Instagram Stream. Each image tells a story of a point in my day, week or month that my blog does not or at least not in the same way. I love micro blogging of life. I launched an Instagram Photo Contest on my Facebook Page. Upload an image from Instagram, tag it with #shoottokyo and tell me YOUR story. The photographer with the image with the most votes wins a print from my Portfolio Print Shop. How cool is that?
Thanks for stopping by today...