Single shots recital pursued with a popular all-in-one zoom lens My choice of “THIS scene x THIS focal range”
While conceiving how to compose straight lines in the picture, the smooth curves of the contrasting alphabet letters at the upper right corner were accented, giving an organic impression.
The needle-like vapor trail leads to the presence of the aircraft producing it at the tip. Photos that capture signs as information are fascinating. The 20mm angle of view quickly captured that moment.
It was still chilly enough in March when I first visited France. As I set foot into this place of my dreams, I recall it being a trip mixed with nervousness and excitement, wondering whether I would make Paris my own since so many photographers had photographed there.
It was near the end of its short summer. With the newly obtained TAMRON 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di III VC (Model B011) on my camera, I headed to France again and walked around in a T-shirt to move nimbly. The sparing make a big difference in my encounters. The street is lined with charming buildings. My interest is focused on things made with human hands, like churches, museums, and shop windows.
The expression of the sky changes from moment to moment, and the color tones of the road and walls change with the sudden rain. In a sense, this is also expedient. A photograph is meaningless if it is the same as someone else’s. When you look in the sky, you will notice there are almost always vapor trails left by passing aircraft, also drawn by people.
I have had a strong interest in France since I was young because of the strong influence on me of the various art forms produced in France, such as photography, painting, and architecture. That is still the case today.
Born in 1966 in Kanagawa, Japan. His photographic techniques are self-taught. In 2006 he started to take photographs of animal bone specimens, and in 2008, he published his first photographic book BONES with a veterinarian Akinori Azumano. This book was praised from both artists and biologists and received high appreciations from many newspapers and magazines. In March 2009, he held an exhibition titled “BONES – Eiji Yuzawa Photographs” at the Logos Gallery in Shibuya, Tokyo. In May 2009, his works were introduced at an exhibition titled “bones” which was directed by Shunji Yamanaka, at 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT in Roppongi, Tokyo. In 2011, he published another photographic book BAROCCO.
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18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di III VC b011(Model )
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