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Posted by
Stu (From Scotland | Working in Kyoto, Japan) on 13 August 2008 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

Canon EOS Kiss X 30 seconds F/8.0 ISO 100 17 mm

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Nicolas Marguerie from Paris, France

Beautifull light and B&W...

13 Aug 2008 6:27am

Hoshisato from Ealing, United Kingdom

What can one say about such a perfect photo or such a perfect portfolio...? You have such a fabulous technique especially with these night shots. Chapeau!

13 Aug 2008 7:28am

@Hoshisato: Thx so much for your kind words hoshisato san!

Jean-Benoît Maréchal from Dinant, Belgium

Marvellous light.

13 Aug 2008 10:34am

Mina Salemi from Kermanshah, Iran

great

13 Aug 2008 12:55pm

Daryl from Amagasaki, Japan

This is such a great location; I've got a shot somewhere from almost the exact same position, taken during the day however!

13 Aug 2008 1:12pm

Badlydrawnboy from United States

Mysterious and alluring. Draws me in and makes me want to follow the path.

13 Aug 2008 3:54pm

dj.tigersprout from San Bruno, CA, United States

just wonderful use of visual space here -- and those rich blacks!! love it!

13 Aug 2008 9:50pm

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

See, this is your signature and it's marvelous. You know how to set up a night shot well, choosing a good angle, a place to take advantage of the fact that it is a night shot, and then get wonderful tones and super blacks (that left edge is perfect). I wish I could take photos like this.

14 Aug 2008 12:36pm

@GJC: Thx GJC! Really appreciate your comments. We should try to do a night photography expedition sometime. Whaddaya think?

akarui from Kagoshima, Japan

Excellent perspective in S shape and lighting. I love it.

15 Aug 2008 12:07am

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

You have posted some great night shots. The two of Toji were very nice but this is my favorite I think. The angled streets and wooden buildings are iconic of Japan for me. I think I've only seen such streets in Kyoto though. Although I didn't get to travel to extensively while in Japan, most place were more "modern" and lost the charm you have captured here. Great work.

25 Aug 2008 3:50am