Japan’s Underground Check out this video on a part of Japan that you probably won’t read about in guidebooks. Bosozoku, yakuza and the like. Beautiful cinematography and storytelling.
After forty-three years in the photo processing business, Saito Photo Studio in Inagi, Tokyo, will be relocating their business (to their home premise), and cease all film processing services. Below is a very cool, hand-drawn map of their current location on Kawasaki Kaido. Love the Showa feel to the map. Saito Photo Studio Current Location … Continue reading
Reblogged from 拡大:[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SosXQ-2XQ3g&w=545&h=337] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SosXQ-2XQ3g Four Tokyo-based photographers are given the task to shoot select parts of Tokyo using only one roll of film (12 frames) and a Hasselblad 503. Update: shoot done, scanning now underway; video in post-production; discussion of exhibition and talk show possibilities at Hasselblad Japan underway.
This is a start of a series of snaps focusing on the sad disappearance of small photo labs in the Tokyo area (presumably worldwide).
Every Wednesday afternoon (starting from today), the Hasselblad showroom in Tokyo will open it’s studio for people to try out their amazing cameras. Now I’ll be able to put my hands on that delicious LUNAR camera. For details, check out their homepage for details or their Facebook page for details.