Another medium format Kabukicho shot. This one with the Contax 645 and Fuji Provia 400x.
This is the legendary Jim O’Connell on the right and my good friend Dan Buzzo on the left who spent the evening speaking about the creative muses (was it three or nine?) in the photographers bar (I never remember the name of the place) in Kabukicho. Recommended if you like beer or whiskey, photography and tight spaces.
If you have an monitor running 1920×1200 then open your browser to max and view th slide show. Rather than cut these sequence of shots up I’ve left them how I’ve scanned them. When scanning 35mm I usually scan the whole strip to see what I’ve got and then go back and scan the ones I like at a higher resolution. The last part I never get round to doing. I just scan the strip and forget about it. I don’t think any of these shots (maybe 1) have seen the light of day. I have a crap load of these. Figured this sequence was not a bad one in terms of quality vs number of shots taken.
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From the archive
Sometimes you have to really hunt for these types of shots.