Last week Tokyo. This week, Nagoya.
Continuing the theme started in the capital – rich Fuji-style chroma colour.
There’ll be more images from Kyoto and Osaka shortly, perhaps a collection of faces collected from our tour across the country. In the meantime, here’s Nagoya.
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What a beautiful set of photos! No landmarks, mostly details. And yet they portray the place perfectly. It’s like I can smell the place.
I particularly like the photos in square format. It’s a shame that many manufacturers don’t offer a square crop mode. That’s why I’d never buy a Sony. It’s like they’ve never heard of Rolleiflex or Hasselblad V. Or they think a square crop is only good for smartphone users who post on Instragram, not for real photographers. Really makes you think they know nothing about photography. And it’s a feature that would be so easy to implement. They already have the 16:9 crop. But luckily there’s Fujifilm!
Anyway, sorry for the rant. I’m really looking forward to your photos from Kyoto and Osaka!
Thanks for the kind words. Square is such a useful format for making drama and intrigue. I hope the camera guys don’t start offering square images, I like some wriggle room with my crops.
Love the shots on the zebra crossing, Paul !! Which presumably means “I would never have thought of that !!”
The strong geometry in so many of these shots is so powerful.