#527. Nagoya colour

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

Nov 15

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.











































  • Olivier says:

    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!

    • paulperton says:

      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.

  • jean pierre (pete) guaron says:

    Love the shots on the zebra crossing, Paul !! Which presumably means “I would never have thought of that !!”

  • Martin says:

    The strong geometry in so many of these shots is so powerful.

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