Black and White Nezu

This is the final (I promise) in the series from the Nezu Photowalk. This time I am showing some photos from the 2 rolls of Kodak TMAX 400 that I shot in my Mamiya. I was not extremely happy with the result, but want to post them here as a sample. I have, however, vowed to do more Black and White as I love the results when I gett he subject just right. Let me know what you think…..

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Broom anyone? Japan may appear to the height of high tech, but sometimes the old ways are preserved, such as using brooms that would more at home on a Harry Potter set.

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Knot. This temple entrance was a fabulous shade of purple, but it also looked good in B&W. I used my 35mm wide angle (that is about 24mm on 35mm equiv) on the Mamiya for the first time.

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Anotehr view of the same entrance. I quite like this wide angle lens.

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Well worn door.

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We finished in Ueno Park. Just as the sun set.

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Further chaos involving low tech brooms.

© David Runacres 2014