We’re back from an extended hiatus and it’s time to hit the streets! We are starting a new series of videos focused on street photography that go in-depth and hands-on. In the first episode we explore the east side of Ikebukuro station in the rain. We get pretty wet in the streets, but it was worth it for the great shots that I was able to get in the rain-soaked streets. Watch the video for the whole story and check the EYExplore Instagram for some of the best shots from the outing.
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