Fuji TX2 (XPAN) + Agfa CT100
I really like Agfa CT100 slide, I think it’s probably my favourite colour film. Of course, its dynamic range is limited, but the colours are just gorgeous, as (I think) this seconds before sunrise shot shows. Makes for a beautiful yet quiet scene.
Fuji x100f, 28mm, f/16, 12s, ISO 200
In many ways, Tokyo is even more of a vertical city than Hong Kong where I live. Hong Kong mostly grew overground, which makes sense when you realise that most of the high-riser areas are on reclaimed land. Tokyo on the other hand seems to me as much underground as overground with multiple layers of commuting, shops and walkways superimposed. That means lots of colonnades and interestingly graphic things to shoot with a wide(ish) angle lens!
A Cozy Chat
Fuji x100f, 28mm, f/2.5, 1/25s, ISO 3200
Walking around the narrow alleyways in Nakano I saw all these little eating places that looked so Japanese. I wanted to shoot people in them though, so this one with a clear(ish) window offered me that opportunity.
The Music School
Canon A2, 20mm, f/8, 1/200s, ISO 400
Film: Fuji Pro 400 H
I recently went to Aarhus in Denmark for work. Aarhus is a small town on the western coast of Denmark, full of those red bricks that you see everywhere in Northern Europe. I had a little time to walk through town and took this photo of the Music School which was quite characteristic of the atmosphere.