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i was always asking myself how people get this look of the foreign countries and cityscapes.
belief me, this is not a special secret or photoshop skills, thats just an interpolation. the look brings the natural position on earth. it´s the region where it´s located. from the first couple of hours i loved the light blue tones of the sky and the shadow lines throughout the day in japan. the strong yellow/red tones from new york or the spectacular saturation in australia and new zealand. that´s coursed by the the distance to the the atmosphere and how the sunlight walks over the equator and how it get filtered by the uv particles in the sky.
a friend of mine told me a great lesson: “don´t try to manipulate the natural look of a picture – just give him the look how it felt for you in that moment”. awesome advise!!!
i´m still troubleshooting with a steady process for my pictures and a recognition for hundreds of them. but i´m still struggling. i think it´s not bad, but it´s still far away from perfect. please forgive me, i´m still learning.
we will continuing our little adventure in two, three weeks to the northern europe like denmark, sweden and so on.
a little break of the wild influences from asia and southern hemisphere. the northern hemisphere with his clean look and super friendly people will give us another prospect to life. im super stoked to this road trip, so stay tuned what this journey will bring us along.
still found tons of pictures from japan. i think this is the beginning of a never ending love story.
sorry for being late with some additional pictures.
i had a lot of things to do in past couple of days, and i will update this asap. i startetd a new project with my trusted m6ttl and try a lot of new film material for this. one of them is the new cinestill tungsten 800, which is insane. but also the kodak porta, agfa vista, and some other great material to give this new project an awesome look.
on the other hand, i´m still looking through thousands of pictures, and i´m still finding some really great photographs from bali, new zealand and japan. and i fulfilled me a little dream and bought myself an epic printer to print a small exhibition and some great fine arts on awesome hahnemühle paper. so any photography you like from my page, just shoot me a message (firstname.lastname@example.org) for sizes and pricing. but i will make a separate blog post with all needed informations to this topic.
so stay tuned and thanks for all your requests and to grow this blog, and be sure to follow me on instagram (stolenm0ments).
∇ random spots in tokyo, japan.
it´s funny to scroll through thousands of pictures and pick some random. black and white works forever, but i´m glad to found the love for colors and coloration. and i´m still learning a lot, so you are right in the middle of my transformation in progress. i think i lost a couple of years with black & white.
if you have a fable for architecture, you should immediately pack your bags and take a plane to tokyo. this is the most funniest and impressive architecture at the same time. with 36million people tokyo is one of the biggest metropolises in the world, and all of them need a roof. so this crazy layering is happening, and old vs. new house situation. one of my favorite things is, that they tile their houses. it looks amazing whilst the sun went down.
i never get sick of this.
whats the difference between a foreigner and a friend??? probably none, if you take the chance to talk to a random person on the streets and recognize that he is a nice person. or an asshole, ok the chance is 50:50. but a 50% chance to met another nice person…
i love to walk around and dive into thoughts from other people. what are they thinking? what´s their problem? why are they laughing, crying, are mad, angry, or thrilled? can i help them? can they help me?
that could be a great chance growing together as a nation. i love the thought having more harmony around.
im shure rio is a pretty epic city, new york indeed is… but what the hell is this tokyo like?!? the mother all of those?
if i would try to describe it, i would compare it with a motion picture but with stills. the movie theme would be a thriller. every second is so exciting. you can feel the boiling blood rushing in your ears. it´s gorgeous and breath taking.