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Taku Kumabe
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A travel, landscape, and festival photographer.
A travel, landscape, and festival photographer.

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Earlier last month I had a chance to use the preproduction copy of the Nikon Z7. Here's my take on the camera that just came out today:

Nikon’s latest series of digital cameras—the Z series—is history in the making. Building a camera from scratch is no easy feat that requires countless hours of research, development, and testing. So when Nikon finally announced their Z 7 and Z 6 full…
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Unzipped Toronto is a joy to photograph from all angles.

The Unzipped exhibit in Toronto is a unique opportunity to browse through projects from the architecture company Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), and those in collaboration with real estate development firm Westbank Corporation. It’s housed in the 2016…
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What do you do when you get spots all over your images? Find out how I fix these notorious dust spots on your sensor:

You see them everywhere: on the window, on your desk, and maybe even on your favourite coffee mug. You may never think twice about them but when it comes to photography, you’d better care a lot more about these spots.   Spots, or sensor dust, or whatever…
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My photographic guide to Lunenburg and Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia gives you a glimpse to what we experienced when we went earlier in Spring:

My previous post took you through the wonders of Peggy’s Cove in the early morning light. This post will take you through another must-see area of the Southern coastal area of Nova Scotia: Lunenburg. A drive around the southern coastal region of Nova…
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Ever wondered how to take photos on a sunset flight around the downtown core? Here's my experience on a flight with FlyGTA:

Photographing in low light scenarios like a sunrise or sunset may be difficult enough, so what happens when you try and photograph from an airplane during a sunset flight over Toronto? I found this out in my last flight over the downtown core with FlyGTA.…
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Here's your photographic guide to Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018!

Every now and again I come across art exhibitions that really make an impression on me—Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror earlier this year being one of them. When I visited the nation’s capital on Canada Day, I took a trip across the Alexandra bridge to…
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A Photographic Guide to Nova Scotia's most iconic area: Peggy's Cove

Peggy’s Cove, located just 40km south of Halifax is home to one of the world’s most iconic lighthouses. This community, nestled along the shores of St. Margarets Bay, has much more to offer though, including some of the freshest lobster you’ll eat and a…
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My experience flying from Toronto to Muskoka in Less than 35min. with FlyGTA Airlines @flygta

With summer literally just around the corner, there’s no shortages of cottage-goers making their way up north of the city; every long weekend Highway 400 gets jam packed with those wishing to escape the city for just a couple of days. With drives lasting…
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I've always wanted to photograph this for myself. And now that I have done it, here's a recap of how it all went down: How I Photographed the Double Diamond Fuji #visitJapan

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This park is a hidden gem in the west end of #Toronto, and plays a big role in my #torontosunriseseriesbytaku. I hope you enjoy my Photographic Guide to Prince of Wales Park.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my Photographic Guide to Colonel Sam Smith Park and Photographic Guide to Humber Bay Park so far. This guide will take you through what I like to think is a hidden gem in the west end. Prince of Wales Park is a much smaller green…
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