Photography, The organised chaos

Fixing those pix from Japan

I have finally gotten down to tackling those 800 photos I had shot during our trip to Japan. Thank heavens for Adobe Lightroom! It sure made things easier for me. And I am so happy that I shot everything in RAW format, cleaning up terrible white balance and overexposed shots has never been easier.

I still have more than 600 photos to go through but it’s fine, the editing process is quite a joy. Thanks to my stint at Loiters, which taught me to be bold with my edits and to try out angles that I normally wouldn’t have thought of. I may not be a good photog but hey, I’m trying!

Here are some random favourites of mine, they are mostly from our jaunts in Yanaka and Meiji Shrine. A proper recap will be coming up soon!

Chain of buckets hanging from a well
Chain of buckets hanging from a well

Buckets at a shrine in Yanaka
Buckets at a shrine in Yanaka

Religious procession at Meijijingu
Religious procession at Meijijingu

Wedding couple posing at Meijijingu
Wedding couple posing at Meijijingu

More photos here.

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