Another medium format Kabukicho shot. This one with the Contax 645 and Fuji Provia 400x.
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very cool and soft bokeh.
nice photo. the macro focus reminds me of tilt shift videos like this one:
Amazing shot, I’ve been to Tokyo many times and this just captures the feeling of a night on the town in Tokyo. Do you do your colour development yourself? I’m having a Pentax 645NII medium format but use black and white as it is easier to process myself.
Great shot, I love it!
I get all the colour done at a lab but all the B+W I do myself.
I’m using primarily Rodinal and Diafine. What are you using for your B+W?
Are you using a tripod?
Are you using a tripod? I took my Mamiya C330 out in Yokohama the other day, in the evening. I got a new light meter so everything was exposed well, but I hadn’t really accounted for the weight and ergonomics of a TLR compared to an SLR – I couldn’t get away with handheld shutter speeds I am used to with my Nikon FM2….
Anyway, this is beautiful….
Thanks for the comments :-)
No, I don’t use a tripod for all my street Medium format stuff. It’s all hand held. Assume all the MF stuff is hand held unless you find 30 second exposures :-)
Nice; there’s a real feel of determination in this gentleman’s stride.
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