Love that shot, really nice atmosphere, I can feel Spring just looking at it !
Haven’t done this for a few years. Time to attract some more visitors to this blog ;-)
Quick shot of someone walking on a windy day, somewhere in Harajuku.
As written earlier, thanks to the photo walk organised by Alfie Goodrich, we had the pleasure to work with an authentic model : Shinyong Lee. This was the first time for me to enjoy such an opportunity and I was amazed how quickly – after a few instructions from Alfie – she just looked perfect ...
Thanks to the photo walk organised by Alfie Goodrich, we had the pleasure to work with an authentic model : Shinyong Lee. This was the first time for me to enjoy such an opportunity and I was amazed how quickly – after a few instructions from Alfie – she just looked perfect through the viewfinder. ...
Little sunday stroll among the electronic shops and maid cafés of Akihabara. Even though Akihabara has changed quite much with its little electronic shops disappearing and maid cafés multiplying, there is one thing that does not change : the otakus !
And here there are : my pictures of the 2013 edition of the Tokyo Auto Salon ! Enjoy :) Can you guess who was my favourite booth babe ? Shouldn’t be too difficult :D
Typical Starbucks Customer in Japan : Japanese girl, often alone, doing some (home)work and staying for a very long time.
One of the fellow photographer at the observation platform of the Bunkyo Civic Center last evening. A lot more than usual, perhaps the reason why a guard was going around reminding people that tripods were forbidden. I honestly did not know, last time I was there, we were shooting Tokyo SkyTree for almost 30min without ...
I knew it would be a painful morning so to lighten the mood, I took my 135mm along. One shot made my day, can you guess which one ?
A blatant demonstration of why one should always carry his/her camera : a group of pretty Japanese girls dressed in Kimono waiting for their train in Iidabashi.
One of the few reasons why Tokyo Disneyland is superior to its counter parts in the world : the audience, without whom queuing would be a lot less fun !
Without the shadow of a doubt, the best costume we have seen this year at Tokyo Disnelyand ! Next year I’ll dress up like this (seems to be very popular with the Japanese girls). PS: Just to make it clear, these girls are not Disney employees, just visitors, wearing the costumes they made !
While sorting my photos (have now done 2/3), I realised that it has been a while since I had a chance to go to a motor show in Tokyo. Pity, these shots always bring me a lot of visitors ! I wonder why… ;-)
It’s funny how by a desire to look different, they all end up looking the same !
Japanese girl taking some photos of pieces of Art on Teshima Island.
Not the most distinguished of waiting postures, but quite a popular one in Asia.
An umbrella, a required protection for most women in Asia : tanning is bad, very bad !
Beautiful costumes for the Awa Odori in Kagurazaka.
Not sure it was meant to be a light saber but anyway, I give you THE starwars babe of the Matsuri.
One of the 600 pictures I took yesterday evening in Kagurazaka for the matsuri… stay tuned to know what’s hiding behind : you won’t be disappointed ;-)