Nothing better than a manual lens with large aperture (35mm/f0.95) and some vintage filter to make you feel awesome with a camera.
In my view, some of the best roofs a shrine has to offer in Tokyo! And to that someone who believes Fuji cannot make a decent zoom, look at those shots ;-)
Spring in Japan: cherry blossoms everywhere :)
The famous spot in Suidobashi overlooking the Kanda river and trains towards Akihabara.
Entrance of the Tokyo Daijingu, one of my favourite shrines in Tokyo.
With IBIS on the X-H1, even small prime lenses can be stabilized: here the 23mm/f2 handheld at 1/4s.
A few random shots of this year’s Cherry Blossoms around Iidabashi, my home.
Large aperture at night with IBIS: thank you Fuji!
Enjoying being in Tokyo (and not on a business trip) for some new Hanami opportunities, this time with the “boys” in a famous cemetery in Tokyo. Lovely place.
More than 10 years in Iidabshi and this is my first visit there, just a 20min walk from Iidabashi and one subway stop away: Edogawabashi.