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Kaneyama Waterfall In Yamanashi Prefecture Japan

Last week I took a brief trip to the Fuji Five Lakes area, which is at the base of Mt. Fuji. This area is known for its five lakes which were formed from eruptions of Fuji long in the past. Obviously the main attraction is Mt. Fuji itself and the great views of it from...

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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

Shiraito Falls

In May I took a trip down to Shizuoka Prefecture for a meeting, and anytime I travel I can’t help but hope to use the chance to also take some photos! Thankfully, the meeting ended in the early afternoon which left me just enough time to take a short trip to Shiraito Falls. This lovely...

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Rock of Ages

This photo comes from my trip to Kamakura and Enoshima with fellow photographer Anthony Wood back in April.  One thing that really helps a landscape photo is a solid foreground, and the shoreline of Enoshima is full of spots like this with some really interesting formations. I also love the texture of the rocks –...

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    Mist of Enoshima

    Last week I got together with fellow photographer Anthony Wood and we headed down to Kamakura and Enoshima for some Spring photography. Unfortunately most of the sakura were well past their prime but we still managed to get some shots we enjoyed, I think. When we got to Enoshima (after climbing and descending untold number...

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