Posts Tagged ‘yokohama’

Finding Beauty in Japan with Intentional Camera Movement (ICM)

Finding Beauty in Japan with Intentional Camera Movement (ICM)

By Larry Knipfing | Fun &..., General, Photography

Experimenting with Intentional Camera Movement Over the past two years or so, I have been enjoying using ICM techniques. It’s not as easy as it sounds. The key points are: 1) Finding good subject matter, and 2) Coming up with beautiful or interesting photos. I think I am succeeding, and look forward to doing more

Foreign Footsteps in Yokohama - When Japan’s dance with the rest of the world began

Foreign Footsteps in Yokohama – When Japan’s dance with the rest of the world began

By Larry Knipfing | Education, General, Japan, People

My wife Tomoko Kamishima, writing for Japan Tourist (www.japantourist.jp), has begun an intriguing series that she calls Foreign Footsteps in Yokohama. The concept is to go back in history, to the time after Commodore Perry’s black ships nudged Japan into opening her doors to the rest of the world in 1854. After the floodgates were