A selection of street shots from Japan.
Shot on FujiFilm Neopan 400@800, on Pentax MX, processed in Rodinal 1+50 12'30" and gently fucked by InVision CTX 5500DS baggage scanner and explosive detection device, which left some fancy wavy strips on my negatives.
|Crossing at Ginza, Tōkyō|
|Maison Hérmes, by Renzo Piano, Ginza, Tōkyō|
|Tuna heads, Tsukiji Market, Tōkyō|
|21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art by SANAA, Kanazawa|
|Kyōto girls, Nishiki ichiba (market), Teramachi, Kyōto|
|LOL in Kyōto|
|You can't imagine how many people sleep on the tube. The weird is how they suddenly get up at their stop.|
|They just LOVE to be photographed. Hard to shoot candids, if they realize they smile or pose or do the V sign. Well, apart from their boyfriends, who probably hated me (the "L" sign is for "Loser" and is an insult)|
|They smiled at me, instead, very pleased to be captured. Lovely girls.|
|Udon. They're thick wheat noodles, yummy food. She was Osaka's noodle machine!|
|Tuna cutting. Just like a butcher, but stylish|
|Taxi drivers love comics (and drive on the wrong lane)|