Thursday, 3 April 2014

Shibuya at night

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A normal night at the famous Shibuya Crossing.

A story behind: Shibuya is a sakariba (party town) for the Japanese youth.

This is a huge and loud intersection decorated by a sea of neons.
When the lights turn red and traffic stops completely, pedestrians from all sides surge into the crossing. This is a moment of incredible chaos when everybody moves into a different direction but after a minute when the traffic lights change again all this madness and scramble stops.

Location:  Tokyo, Japan.
Gear: Nikon D610, Nikkor 16-32 mm.

Aperture: f/8

 ISO: 3200
Exposure bias: -0,3 EV

Focal Length: 16mm

Date: 1st of April, 2014.


1 comment:

mina said...

I love Tokyo so much! I hope you post more photos.