Check out some long exposure pictures at Odaiba
Some long exposure pictures at Odaiba
It’s a good place to see Tokyo’s skyline and the Rainbow Bridge. No people in there, a lot of space and green.
Pictures, party, night at Omotesando. A good opportunity to capture the night
I received and invitation from @jonnyli to join a funny party in Omotesando.
A couple of shots of a night ride with my bicycle and the Canon G11[…]
I really love this camera It’s versatile, small, it has a good quality and a full manual control.
I was riding my bike all around Tokyo, until Odaiba. In these days the weather is really cold here but the air is clean and there is no humidity at all. Perfect for night long exposure shots.
The main problem is to find a place with no vibrations. I didn’t have a tripod this time, but even with that it’s really hard to have a perfectly sharp image. The main reason is because Tokyo is a city with hundreds of subterranean trains, it’s in a seismic country and has a huge amount of traffic. It’s almost impossible to have a vibration zero zone.
The best place is in the top of a big building that absorbs almost all vibrations, and it’s specially made to resist earthquakes, so minimum earth movements remain almost unnoticed.
Eating in a restaurant in Shinjuku called Mysterious, I set the remote[…]
Eating in a restaurant in Shinjuku called Mysterious, I set the remote control and the camera in long exposition. Fortunately the environment was noisy enough to cover the sound of the D200 when shooting :-)
Nice legs in the night increased by the fluorescent colors of their stockings ^^;
Yesterday I got the information from Danny Choo and I went to A971 cafe for a press event, the Good Design Expo in collaboration with YuruYuru Gadget Night.
Yesterday I got the information from Danny Choo about an event, and I went to A971 cafe for a press event, the Good Design Expo in collaboration with YuruYuru Gadget Night.