(Tokyo Asakusa district - Taken with Nikon Coolpix A, 28.5mm, f4, ISO 800)
One of the things I love about photography is its ability to let me revisit old memories. I also love to "remaster" old photos, or discover neglected photos long after I've visited a place. This way, I can "travel" even when it may not be physically possible to do so!
Here are some street shots that I recently rediscovered and processed from my winter 2015 trip to Tokyo.
Akihabara district - the place to go for electronics, anime, and akb48.
(Nikon Coolpix A, 28.5mm, f5.6, ISO 100)
View of Tokyo from the Bunkyo Civic Centre - one of my favourite places to visit from the trip. Great 360 degree view of the city, quiet, and free admission.
(Sony a6000 with 18-105mm lens, 37mm, f8, ISO 200)
Shinjuku Kabukichou - experience Tokyo nightlife - bars, clubs, and everything else.
(Sony a6000 with 10-18mm lens, 14mm, f4, ISO 1000)
Kaminarimon in Asakusa district - a more traditional Tokyo, with temples, shrines, and still lots of places to go for a drink
(Sony a6000 with 10-18mm lens, 10mm, f22, ISO 100, 1/4s)