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X100 in Central Tokyo
Old 08-15-2015   #1
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X100 in Central Tokyo

Just some shots from Central Tokyo (Akihabara area)













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Old 08-15-2015   #2
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Not a whole lot of people in Central Tokyo!
What time of the day was this?
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Old 08-15-2015   #3
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nice shots. what a great great camera. imo, best b&w digital ever.
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Very nice! There are enough shots in the world of mountains and lakes. I think photographers should go out into their own areas and shoot the real life environment around them. When I look at photos from 100 years ago, I'm more interested in the photos of people and the shops and their homes, not abstract nature. It's amazing how the things around us morph so slowly we don't notice it. And when we finally do, it's gone.
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Old 08-19-2015   #5
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There was just so much going on in Tokyo, i couldn't really pass it up.

I wish i had more time to get used to the AF on the X100 though, so so so many missed shots because of it
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