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Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
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Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
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Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
Flickr |500px |Facebook
Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
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asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
Flickr |500px |Facebook
Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
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asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
Flickr |500px |Facebook
Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
Flickr |500px |Facebook
Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
Flickr |500px |Facebook
Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
Flickr |500px |Facebook
Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
Flickr |500px |Facebook
Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
Flickr |500px |Facebook
Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima
Flickr |500px |Facebook
Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.
He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.
To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.
Zoom Info

asylum-art:

Photographs Show A Blurry, Bokeh View Of Tokyo by Takashi Kitajima

Flickr |500px |Facebook

Photographer Takashi Kitajima has given us a beautifully unfocused night-time view of Tokyo in his photo series, ‘Extra Bokeh’.

He renders the beauty of Tokyo as a sea of colorful spots by capturing the city’s street lamps and lights with macro and telephoto lens.

To create his dreamy photos, Kitajima used a custom-made tilt-shift mount adapter. He also used rubber gloves as it is “very flexible and wonderful”, allowing him to stay steady as he works with long exposures.

Despite a disappointing Worcester Warriors game I was privileged enough to stick around and watch Worcester Ladies vs Lichfield Ladies, awesome game played at a fast pace. #rugby #wrwc2014 #ladiesrugby (at Sixways Stadium)

Despite a disappointing Worcester Warriors game I was privileged enough to stick around and watch Worcester Ladies vs Lichfield Ladies, awesome game played at a fast pace. #rugby #wrwc2014 #ladiesrugby (at Sixways Stadium)