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Andrew JapanesePhotosAsia
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Travel photographer in Nagoya, central Japan
Travel photographer in Nagoya, central Japan

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A recent photo shoot with Hong Kong model Sabrina. We met some girls in kimonos at Meiji Shrine on the Coming of Age Day in January. See the blog for details. http://japanesephotos.asia/blog/2017/02/08/sabrina-visiting-meiji-shrine-during-the-coming-of-age-day-in-japan/ #kimono #Tokyo #ComingOfAgeDay #MeijiShrine
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I've updated my logo and other graphics and have been rolling them out. What do you think?
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It's the final few days of the Paul Smith exhibition in Nagoya. It's perhaps the most photogenic selfie-genic event I've ever seen. So many camera sounds all over the place!
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I've not been busy here, mainly because of a busy life, and I wish I could hang out here more. I'm considering going a lot lighter in my equipment. At the moment I have a two/three camera set up (full-frame digital, APS-c back up, and a film camera) and an assortment of lenses and flashes that's compatible.

However, I'm considering scaling back a lot for costs and travel purposes. If I can to cut back to a one-camera one (maybe two) lens set up, what is currently the best options?
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09/10/2016
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The new Honda NSX on display in Nagoya station today. It costs ¥23 million (about $230,000). 
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Perhaps an ill-advised catch phrase spotted on a Nagoya subway train. 
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Tejikara Fire Festival is a little local secret. It's a great event, if you can find a place to get a good view. I'll post more on this later.
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Thank you..
Dr #Ravindra_Kolhe and his wife Dr #Smita chose to do a thesis on comparative study around slums of #Vidarbha, where at #Melghat he observed an infant mortality rate of 200 per 1,000. "The reason was poverty. Everyday, I used to see kids dying of starvation," he said.
By charging just Rs 2 for medical consultation for the last 30 yrs, he has made a huge contribution in bringing down the mortality rate down to 60 per 1,000.
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Google offers photo editing software Nik for free
Is it just me, or does this seem like a game changer for amateurs? For me, it was a terrible idea for Adobe to move to a subscription charging service. I don't need a constantly updated LightRoom or PhotoShop, and so monthly and annual subscriptions are bad for me. Now Google does this? Admittedly, I've never heard of Nik. Is it any good?

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