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Robot Restaurant – Shinjuku, Tokyo

A couple of weeks ago I wrote and published a blog about my evening at the Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku, Tokyo. You can read more about that by clicking here. On that evening I took with me my Fujifilm X-T2 and the Fujifilm XF23mmF2 lens. This combination performed exceptionally given the circumstances.  It was a very…
  • Japan, photography, Shinjuku, tokyo
  • October 28, 2017

Shinjuku, Asakusa and Harajuku Streets – Tokyo 14 August 2017

My return to Tokyo was such a happy and fun and simply amazing experience.  When I travelled to Tokyo in 2015 I mostly focused on Shibuya as at the time it was my first experience in Japan and I thought Shibuya was such an incredible and vibrant place. And it is. But I didn’t venture…
  • Japan, photography, tokyo
  • September 24, 2017

Shinjuku Streets – Tokyo 13 August 2017

My return to Tokyo was such a happy and fun and simply amazing experience.  When I travelled to Tokyo in 2015 I mostly focused on Shibuya as at the time it was my first experience in Japan and I thought Shibuya was such an incredible and vibrant place. And it is. But I didn’t venture…
  • Japan, photography, Shinjuku, tokyo, Travel
  • September 12, 2017

Melbourne Streets – Volume 4

Here you will find a selection of my photos taken within the last 12 months.  I have lived in Melbourne all of my life and love this city for its incredible diversity, events, culture and opportunities.  There is always something going on in Melbourne.  Festivals, celebrations or even just the vibrant day to day life…
  • June 14, 2017

Melbourne Streets in Monochrome – Volume 2

Melbourne can be such a riot of colour and activity that is may sometimes beg the questions why shoot in black and white? I honestly don’t have a great answer. I like the way that monochrome photography creates a more even playing field.  Colour offers no distraction to the subjects or the colours in the…
  • melbourne, Monochrome, photography
  • June 3, 2017

Melbourne in Monochrome in Squares

Looking for inspiration in any art form can be tricky.  We are all triggered by different things.  I came to realise that as photographers we often take for granted the framing we use in capturing, seeing and editing photos. So on a fine Melbourne day I chose to shoot in 1:1 crop – or more…
  • melbourne, Monochrome, photography
  • June 3, 2017

Melbourne Streets – Volume 3

Here you will find a selection of my photos taken within the last 12 months.  I have lived in Melbourne all of my life and love this city for its incredible diversity, events, culture and opportunities.  There is always something going on in Melbourne.  Festivals, celebrations or even just the vibrant day to day life…
  • melbourne, photography, street
  • March 26, 2017

Melbourne Streets – Volume 2

Here you will find a selection of my photos taken within the last 12 months.  I have lived in Melbourne all of my life and love this city for its incredible diversity, events, culture and opportunities.  There is always something going on in Melbourne.  Festivals, celebrations or even just the vibrant day to day life…
  • melbourne, photography, Streets
  • March 26, 2017

Melbourne Streets – Volume 1

Here you will find a selection of my photos taken within the last 12 months.  I have lived in Melbourne all of my life and love this city for its incredible diversity, events, culture and opportunities.  There is always something going on in Melbourne.  Festivals, celebrations or even just the vibrant day to day life…
  • melbourne, photography, street
  • March 26, 2017

Melbourne Streets in Monochrome – Volume 1

Here you will find a selection of my photos taken within the last 12 months.  I have lived in Melbourne all of my life and love this city for its incredible diversity, events, culture and opportunities.  I love shooting in monochrome just as much as I love shooting in colour.  But some images tell a…
  • melbourne, Monochrome, photography
  • March 26, 2017

Daylesford, Victoria

Over the New Year’s Eve/Day weekend I took my family away to Daylesford in country Victoria for a few nights.  Street photography can exist anywhere.
  • Daylesford, photography, Victoria
  • March 26, 2017

Tokyo 2015

My very first trip to Japan.  I was doing this solo but never felt alone in a city as large and as densely populated as Tokyo.  Street photography dreamscape!
  • Japan, photography, tokyo, Travel
  • March 26, 2017

Kyoto 2016

Kyoto is such an incredible city.  It balances precariously between the modern world Japan and the traditional and humble home of Japanese culture.  These two seem to mix in the most unusual of ways.  But it somehow works to deliver an incredible experience.
  • Japan, Kyoto, photography
  • March 26, 2017

Osaka 2016

After a long and hot flight I landed in Osaka on a wet morning.  Once I made the journey from the airport to the city, I quickly parked my luggage at my hotel and wasted no time in hitting the streets.
  • March 24, 2017

Hiroshima 2016

On my last trip to Japan, I took a Shinkansen from Kyoto to Hiroshima on the International Day of Peace. Such a humbling and highly emotional experience.  Converging on Hiroshima were school groups, survivors and the families of victims visiting the site to perhaps share in hope that the world never had to visit such…
  • March 24, 2017