Lomography Travelogue: Tokyo, April 2012

The first post of this series naturally goes to my first holiday with a camera of the analogue kind. In fact, it happened exactly 2 years ago on this date — a whirlwind of a 3-day company incentive trip. Exciting times (which were hidden from the camera’s lens).

I have to admit that the photos aren’t that great, mainly because the weather was pretty much cloudy/raining throughout the trip and I only had low ISO film on hand. It can only get better from here, I promise.

Camera: Diana Mini
Film: Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 & Kodak ISO 200 Colour Negative 35mm


Tsukiji fish market.


Last of the cherry blossoms at a park near Asakusa Kannon Temple.


Wedding procession at the temple.


Tokyo DisneySea.


Tokyo DisneySea, at the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea area.


That Shibuya Crossing.


Up an overhead bridge on our way from Shibuya to Harajuku.


Harajuku Station.

For more pictures, visit Lomography Homes > kadense > Albums > Tokyo In Lomo

BONUS! Here’s an on-the-road kind of video I made after the trip. Some of the shots are a little long so skip through if you want, or just enjoy the Lupe Fiasco song I threw in as the soundtrack. ;)

Next up in the series: Bangkok, July 2012.


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