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Photography: forget the watch, what camera...

and to be fair, shouldn't it be a smart phone \(ツ)/ Casey
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By: cshimokita
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Photography: The "romantic dinner" and the two last overhead photos...

lovely location, particularly with snow in the forecast... Casey
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By: cshimokita
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Photography: Thank you John...

Yes these were shot using film. Over the two weeks I shot a little over 200 frames or about 15 photos per day... more or less average for one of my photo shoots. It was all b&w negative film, Fuji Neopan 100 version 01 and one roll of version 02... I will comment later about the difference between t
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By: cshimokita
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Photography: Thanks Jurry...

The Otaru Canal follows the curve of the port as a working waterway to move goods. Regarding PL12 (Patrol Long or Patrol Large depending on the source) it's a fast response Coast Guard vessel facing North Korea and the Russian Far East... an outpost along a fluid border as it were... and in fact loc
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Photography: Sapporo (January 2020)...

I have been there so often it's almost a second home, and in Dec-2014 I took a monthly rental. There aren't many locations that have gone unphotographed. This time it was about the food and a few familiar locations... Day trip to Otaru Otaru Harbor Visit to Otaru Brewery Hokkaido Shrine Gate Looking
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By: cshimokita
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Photography: Exactly...

The back story is simple... it's the end of the year and people visit the neighborhood shrine. The lanterns are adverts for local businesses, naturally paid for by the companies in support of the shrine... that and good luck charms, donations, events... particularly around the holidays are the main
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By: cshimokita
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Horological Meandering: For a number of years I rode a motorcycle in Tokyo...

The Lange & Söhne went into a travel box in the backpack... all other watches on the wrist... never had a major scar on any watch, so no entry photo on my part... My laptop flew off when I bumper-ed a fast stopping taxi, but kept on ticking ; ) Casey
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Photography: Thanks John... I am almost finished scanning the Hokkaido photos...

I managed to shoot one roll of ACROS Neopan 100 Version II and I am impressed. Very flat and easy to scan and initial impression is good contrast and clean shadows... but I need more time to analyse. So far I am very pleased with the results from Hokkaido... definitely more to follow. Casey
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Photography: Number 01... heading for lunch

I had a great time... looking forward to the next time ; ) Casey
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