Tokyo photography the joy to be continuously surprised

Tokyo photography the joy to be continuously surprised

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Photograph the sunset at Sunset Cliffs across the fog
Adorable Panda in Ueno Zooligical Gardens Tokyo

Tokyo photography the joy to be continuously surprised

When I am in Tokyo I am continuously surprised – sometimes on a daily basis – by something new. Such is the joy to walking in a city that prides itself on constant renewal and reinvention; it seriously never gets old. Tokyo has everything you can ask of a city, and has it in spades: a rich, cosmopolitan dining scene, more cafes and bars than you could visit in a lifetime, fantastic public transportation and grassy park, amazing architectures – plus it’s clean and safe.

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Tokyo is a city to photograph. It’s alive with noise, movement and the occasional mystery. The buildings are photogenic, specially in the dark. It’s a city of photographers both tourists and locals. But at the evening, these spots are not worth braving the crowds of fellow photographers. I often find myself with my tripod and my camera, as in a desert.

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It may be a series of photographs of Tokyo among many other. But these are photographs that I like particularly, even if they are of me. When I took some photographs at night I got expelled by guards because I exceed the permitted time limits. Or else, the weather was so wet, that was the end of the photo shoot, I was quenched as if I was going to bathe all dressed (almost). Anyway, they all have a little story.

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The entire series of photographs is here:

Tokyo modern architecture makes the city photogenic

 

Photograph the sunset at Sunset Cliffs across the fog
Adorable Panda in Ueno Zooligical Gardens Tokyo
deloprojet

AUTHOR - deloprojet

deloprojet is filmmaker, photographer and designer. He has been fortunate to travel to many places around the world and to live in many different environments including Paris, London, Berlin, California, Japan, and Korea. Theses experiences and cultures have shaped the way I view life and my work.

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