Mr. Shunichi Ayuzawa is the professional photographer in Nagano. He connects Japan and foreign countries by the medium of photograph. For example, he introduces Nagano to other countries with photo of incredible scenery, visits foreign countries, and works with members from various nations for photography.
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@ VOL 1
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About my photography and film camera
BY SHIHORI MIYASAKA
@ VOL 35
ON NOV 28, 2015
I am Shihori Miyasaka, an amateur photographer.
I take photos as my hobby. The cameras I use are;
Hassleblad 5000 Classic in Medium Format,
Pentax MX with 35mm film,
and NATURA CLASSICA of compact film camera.
Film camera is laborious and costly. Everything like exposure and focusing on is manual. It is a difficult point for me, and a good point of them too.
What incomparable about photo by film camera is tone of color. I always care 3 things when taking photos;
Make this photo with meanings,
Cut out the daily scene which tickles sense of fun,
and Aware of lighting in any case.
The world of photography is deep, and I am on the way to learn.
If you become interested in photography and camera, especially in film camera, I am so glad.
Instagram : nekono_sippoo
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