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Day’s End At Ninenzaka Kyoto

Kyoto boasts a number of great places to enjoy the feeling of old Japan, and Ninenzaka (pictured in the photo below) is one of them. Ninenzaka literally means “two year slope,” though it takes far less than two years to traverse the slope unless you’re an extremely slow mover. Actually the two year part refers...

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    The Five Story Pagoda of Sensoji

    If you read my blog regularly you know that I recently purchased the Nikon D610 and sold my D7000. After selling the D7000, I used the money to purchase Nikon’s 16-35mm f/4 VR lens. I’ve really been enjoying it! It’s a spectacular lens, and sharp as can be. Also recently, my oldest daughter has begun...

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    • Deano @ JapanTravelMate.comAwesome photo… I keep scrolling down on this shot, quite a cool effect how it expands as you scroll down, like some kind of tripped out visual trick!ReplyCancel

    Rainy Day At The Tokyo International Forum

    Ever since I bought my new camera, two things have not really allowed me to test it out all that much: my schedule and the weather. It’s been raining much of the last couple of weeks, and my schedule has been busier or at least busy on the days when it wasn’t raining. But I...

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      Skytree Nightfall

      There’s a reason magic hour is called that – the colors in the sky in the hour after the sun goes down can be incredible. Unfortunately, aside from the various observatories in Tokyo, there aren’t a whole lot of great places to photograph those colors. While I still prefer the combo of those colors with...

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        Tokyo Blade

        This past week I had the opportunity to run down to the Shiodome area of Tokyo with the intention of shooting some of the great architecture in the area. At the top of the list was the Dentsu Building. This building has not only a great shape to it, but also a perfect position for...

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        • Alicewhy are you using a neutral fietlr, i am into landscape photography just started.canon 60 D with 10-22mm super wide angle lens.should i get some fietlrs ? why and wich one thanks manReplyCancel

          • leslieHi Alice, I’m using an ND filter here because I was shooting during the day, so in order to do a long exposure, you need an ND filter. The long exposure makes the clouds streak like you see here. 🙂ReplyCancel