Monthly Archives: July 2007
I’ve been slow with my “This Week in Magazines” posts of late, so time to catch up. I’ll probably post another one in a couple of days. Please note that some of the following titles already have a newer issue … Continue reading
I promise, this is the last photo I post today, taken while I was testing my new camera. This is an architectural office, located along Kanda River. They usually keep it open like this, making it look like a cafe. … Continue reading
Yes, another shot taken today with my new camera, this time on Meiji street, down the hill from Ikebukuro station, heading towards Gokokuji.
Another shot taken today with my new camera, this time of Kanda River. It’s a from the spot where I took that huge photostitch I posted in the other post. I’m really enjoying shooting in widescreen mode as well.
Another photostitch experiment I did today with my new camera (this is actually made up of the first 4 pictures I took with it) is my favorite hangout these days, Minami-Ikebukuro park. You can see a larger version here. Recognize … Continue reading
Photographer Katrin Paul gives a slide show and talk on the this summer’s 3 major European contemporary art exhibitions, tonight (July 28) at Youkobo Art Space (17:00-18:30).