So, for the final part of my 1 year later series marking 1 year since I left Japan after my 10 stretch….
“Im not sure what the trouble was that started all of this” Let The Poets Cry Themselves To Sleep 2017 ©Uchujin-AdrianStorey
On a windy day last week I went to my local park to do some test shooting with my new A7SII in 120fps slow motion mode.
I shot handheld with Picture Profile off and the Neutral setting with auto white balance. I used a Pentax 35-70mm K-mount lens on a Fotoga adapter.
The footage was conformed to 24p in Premiere, black and white levels adjusted, some saturation and a touch of sharpening added.
The scenes that started in Meiji park around midday yesterday and continued throught the day as a 50,000 people strong crowd marched through the streets of Tokyo to protest Nuclear power are quite simply the most impressive thing I have ever seen in Japan.
Look at what happens when you borrow a Canon 15mm f2.8 fisheye lens from Mr Eiichi “Scart” Miyamoto. A gallery of WIDE shots.
As promised here is the second installment of the “Unpublished 2009” set.
I’ll just post one unpublished picture from each month of the past year.
There’s a side street off Dogenzaka in Shibuya, up towards Maruyamacho, where there lurks a strange, strange shop.