Art in Yokohama

I have visited Yokohama a number of times and each time seem to gravitate towards a regular course of Yamashita Koen, Minato no mieru koen, China Town and then the Minato Mirai area. The Ferris Wheel at Minato Mirai seems to have a strange gravitational pull about it, particularly when the sun goes down.

This trip was to try out a few HDR techniques in a setting where I already knew how the camera would perform with standard images.

A number of photos I took came out as I thought, but some others gave quite interesting results. It always pays to experiment with new technology before thinking about where it will take you. The couple of days in Yokohama were an exciting time to think about the future of photography and how people view the world around them as a captured image.

You can see a few more of the images from this day here.

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2 Responses to Art in Yokohama

  1. Keith says:

    Nice composition and subject. Cool stuff.

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