Looking differently at Yokohama Japan


posted on 10th of march, 2009

Today I want to write about the Yokohama sea-side area near Tokyo. While visiting Japan, based out of Tokyo I took multiple trips to the area. On one occasion I arrived to a normal evening That was soon to turn MAGICAL.

As soon as I pulled out my camera I was confronted with a variation of color that blew me away. I had no tripod and it was getting dark. I was frantically searching around for a method to set up my gear or something to prop with. I'm sure some of you have been in my situation, I went over to a construction zone and borrowed a barrier cone, that I later returned to its original location, I promise! :).


I used the cone to capture the following images. I am quite fond of these, I am typically happy with some of the work I capture but these I have fallen in love with, my favorite is the fifth with the front end of the ship on the right hand side of the image. I put the images through a thorough post processing routine and this is what I have for your consideration.

Thanks for looking,
Salvador Ceja



































These are other images of Yokohama I enjoy but that aren't mine.

Comments (7)

Comment by Studioceja on March 12, 2009

Thanks everyone. I appreciate your encouragement.

Comment by Irisangel on March 12, 2009

Simply beautiful, better than any postcard. Good luck with them. Wonderful color!

Comment by Creativei on March 11, 2009

Great shots, I liked all the images, there are cool rather hot.

Comment by Pyfriend on March 10, 2009

Different angle, different word! Nice!

Comment by Bradcalkins on March 10, 2009

Nicely done. Wish I'd had more time on my recent trip to Japan for taking pictures!

Comment by Fultonsphoto on March 10, 2009

Some great shots here, I love the colors in these images, and well done without a tripod.

Comment by Eclecticelegance on March 10, 2009

Your pictures are very pretty!! Congratulations!!




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Photo credits: Peter Albrektsen, Rushour, Sakura, Seanyu, Salvador Ceja.
 
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