I join up with Charles from EYExplore and head to the Tokyo International Forum, a monolithic convention hall in the heart of the city. The building’s architecture is stunning all around, and yet such a space can be overwhelming when trying to photograph it. Follow along as we work the scene in the forum and demonstrate some unexpected hidden shots. Hopefully these ideas will inspire you to apply these concepts in your photography!
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