In this street photography tutorial we work the scene in a specific location inside the Tokyo International Forum. We challenge ourselves (and our eyes) by sticking to the one spot and using the environment to find interesting compositions. Even though the location is quite bare and minimal we are able to pull out a few interesting concepts, proving that ‘less is more’ when it comes to street photography!
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