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皆様のサポートのおかげで、FRAME TOKYO は11月で2周年を迎えました。


新しいプロジェクト「TOKYO GUIDE」もスタートとし、これから更に活動を広げていきたいと思いますので、今後ともよろしくお願いいたします。

さて、私がFRAME TOKYOに加わったのは約1年前でしたが、写真を始めてからはもう約2年が経ちました。これまで、全くゼロの状態から、写真について、ストリートフォトグラフィーについて、自分なりに試行錯誤を繰り返しながら学んできたのですが、最近、自分の写真の撮り方に大きな変化が起きているので、今回はそのことについて書きたいと思います。

Hello everyone, I am SHUNSUKE. First of all, I would like to say that this year marks the second anniversary that FRAME TOKYO has been created, and I would like to appreciate every supporters. We have already started a new project called, " TOKYO GUIDE," and we will continue improving as a street photo collective who always provides new perspectives and curiosity to you. I hope you will keep supporting FRAME TOKYO.

By the way, It has past 2 years since I have started taking photography even though I have joined FRAME TOKYO las year. I have been pondering about photography and street photography from scratch, and I also have been doing my best though try and error. However, I realized that there were some changes in my photography like process of shooting and subjects in my photos. Therefore, I would like to write about it for this article.


Lots of Bad Works...









A little while ago, I have sought situations created with impressive light and shadows and cool moments I felt a big city of Tokyo. For instance, my shooting style was like to find shooting points where have good light and shadows and shoot some photos when my ideal subjects pass into a frame. I could get some really cool photos because of that shooting style. But it was not usual to get great works. When I thought carefully about my shooting style, I noticed that I unconsciously shoot subjects as many as possible like, " Ok, I can select some good photos later, so just shoot when good subjects come closer to the points." And when I look back photos what I have taken and select photos, I can always know how I have taken so many bad works like photos I cannot satisfy.