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Late Afternoon Over Tokyo || Lightroom Only

The beginning of every year is always a bit busy for my family, filled with many celebrations, among them being my youngest daughter’s birthday. This year we intended to celebrate by taking her to the Tokyo Skytree, but on her actual birthday my son got chicken pox. Then a couple of weeks later when we...

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    Monsoon Magic

    Recently someone on my Facebook page challenged me to produce a sunset photo processed only in Lightroom, and this is my answer to that request! Although rainy season in Japan certainly produces a lot of rain, it also produces some incredible sunsets. We’ve had a string of those this year, but I’ve been super busy...

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      Crossing Paths In Tokyo

      This photo is one I took at the Tokyo World Trade Center early this year. I really enjoy light trails in city photography, but I think sometimes it gets overused, when there are other forms of showing movement that are really great. In this case, I kept my shutter open for just half a second...

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        Blue Evening Over Chiba City

        I mentioned in my last post that my daughter and I recently took a visit to the Chiba Port Tower in Chiba City. This tower is very interesting and quite unique. At 125 meters tall (over 400 feet) this tower would normally be around 40 stories, but it actually only has 4 floors. The first...

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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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