HDR Photography

I have been experimenting recently with HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography after viewing some of Trey Ratcliff’s works (StuckinCustoms) and have been enjoying the process as well as seeing the results.

This is one of my favorite places in Japan. Sometimes I go here just to stand and watch the people go by. A great spot to view from is across the road from Hachiko, in the tower of the Excel Tokyu Hotel. If you are lucky enough to stay here, you can get a great view of the crossing from your room or in the elevator lobby area.

Looking down the people busy themselves crossing the road whether it is sunny or rain. Shibuya is a fast moving place and there is always lots of action on the street.

I will be making a number of these photos available for sale as limited edition prints shortly. You can also buy copies of all photos in differing sizes and formats through Smugmug.

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