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Japan Photo Tour Part I: Tokyo

© 2016 Robert OToole | Pagoda with a snow-capped Mount Fuji in the distance. Sigma 24-105 art lens @ 24mm and Nikon D810, 1/500s, f/8, ISO 200, EV +0.0, Manual mode, Auto-ISO, Jobu Design Algonquin Carbon Fiber Tripod and Acra-tech GP ballhead.

We just recently returned from an awesome 30+ day tour of Japan and the people, food, opportunities, and sights were all amazing, it seemed like there was always a surprise or something new around every corner.

During my winter wildlife tour we visit a few different areas of Japan but before that tour officially begins we had the chance to spend a few days in and around the greater Tokyo area doing street shooting and visiting some of the most photogenic tourist hotspots. This post features some of my favorite images from around Tokyo.



Street Shooting by Kevin Ames

The urban adventure continues from my last post here on the Sigma Pro’s Blog. This time I’ll concentrate on street […]



Mississippi River: Patterns of Industry

Barge and freighter along the Mississippi River near New Orleans, Louisiana. Sigma APO 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM lens and Sigma Circular Polarizer Filter mounted on a Nikon D2X. 200 mm, f/5; 1/500 sec; ISO 200; hand-held; OS on. Processed in Adobe Raw Converter and Photoshop CS5; NIK Viveza 2 and Sharpener Pro 3.0 plug-ins applied. Photo copyright David FitzSimmons 2012. All rights reserved.

The first lens many people think of for landscape photography are wide angles. While I utilize wide and super-wide glass […]



Street Photography: Feel the beat with Sinulog by Kenn Tan

An annual festival is held on every third Sunday of January in the city of Cebu, Philippines which honor the […]



You will be missed, Pinetop Perkins by Kevin Ames

Pinetop Perkins © 2011 Kevin Ames

One of the reasons to carry your camera with you everywhere is so you can make a photograph when the […]