大阪アーバン

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¥28,000ワークショップ当たり

Camera Rental

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Hotel pick-up

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アドベンチャータイプ

貸切

最大人数

2人

時間

2時間半

場所

北新地
梅田

言語

英語

含まれているもの

プロカメラインストラクター

含まれていないもの

カメラ
宿へのお迎え

オススメする機材

18-55mmズームレンズまたは類似しているもの
マニュアル機能搭載カメラ
三脚不要

アーバン散策

屋上

街風景

EYExplore Osaka Photo Tour & Workshop - Exploring the gritty rooftops of Osaka during our urbex photography workshop
Exploring the gritty rooftops of Osaka during our urbex photography workshop

そこにあるもの

路上を乗り越え、屋上という未知の辺境の入り口へ。現代のアーバン探検家は、山ではなく、ネオンに放り込まれた謎に包まれた階段という山を登る。略奪するのは金の財宝ではなく、光。カメラでこっそり盗んだ都会のジャングルの素晴らしい光景だ。足元に広がる一面の物語を感じながら、意気揚々と屋上にたたずむのだ。

撮るもの・学ぶこと

街を見下ろす秘密の場所へ案内。そして大切なことは、街の風景をいかに上手く撮るか、その経験とアドバイスを受けるということ。三脚をうまく使いこなし、時には手持ちでインパクトのある高揚感のある写真を。薄明かりという状況で最適な結果を出す方法、そして人を惹きつけるような夜の街の撮影方法などを学ぶ。

探検ルート

ガイドブックには載っていない厳選されたロケーション、人口密集したカラフルな梅田の街の上を行く。煙とネオンで溢れた北新地の路地裏をさまよい、そのカオスの街を、屋上から撮影する。”

Instructors for this Photo Adventure

  1. usphotoguy

    Wow. A tour of fantastic hidden spots around Osaka led by a very knowledgeable photographer. There were a few spots that I could spend hours at. When I got home and looked at the photos I was floored. Great stuff!

  2. Rus

    We spent 3 hours exploring Umeda, Osaka, visiting hidden, tall, locations overlooking some of Osaka’s most interesting areas, getting shots I would never have found on my own. Axel was a great communicator, interested in the shots I was taking and making good suggestions on how to improve them as well as pointing out opportunities I’d missed. Really pleased with the results!

  3. Henry

    This was a really incredible experience. Axel’s knowledge of the city has clearly been accrued through a huge amount of time / trial and error, and he (quite literally) opens doors into hypnotic and beautiful unseen worlds. This experience absolutely smashed it. It’s worth every penny and (I guess for a lot of us for whom Japan, let alone Osaka, is a long way away) a once in a lifetime chance to take some shots of scenes that will stay with you forever. Its magical, exhilarating stuff. Axel is also great, an excellent guide and cool guy – I learnt a few things about photography along the way, for sure. If you’re wondering whether to take the hit, do it – it’s awesome.

  1. Henry

    This was a really incredible experience. Axel’s knowledge of the city has clearly been accrued through a huge amount of time / trial and error, and he (quite literally) opens doors into hypnotic and beautiful unseen worlds. This experience absolutely smashed it. It’s worth every penny and (I guess for a lot of us for whom Japan, let alone Osaka, is a long way away) a once in a lifetime chance to take some shots of scenes that will stay with you forever. Its magical, exhilarating stuff. Axel is also great, an excellent guide and cool guy – I learnt a few things about photography along the way, for sure. If you’re wondering whether to take the hit, do it – it’s awesome.

  2. Rus

    We spent 3 hours exploring Umeda, Osaka, visiting hidden, tall, locations overlooking some of Osaka’s most interesting areas, getting shots I would never have found on my own. Axel was a great communicator, interested in the shots I was taking and making good suggestions on how to improve them as well as pointing out opportunities I’d missed. Really pleased with the results!

  3. usphotoguy

    Wow. A tour of fantastic hidden spots around Osaka led by a very knowledgeable photographer. There were a few spots that I could spend hours at. When I got home and looked at the photos I was floored. Great stuff!

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We meet inside JR Osaka station at the "Toki no Hiroba" square in front of the big golden clock. This square is located on the connection bridge above the train tracks. When in doubt, ask the station staff* about "Toki no Hiroba."

If you are in Osaka...
1. Go to JR Osaka station
2. Head towards the "Connecting Bridge"
3. Take the escalators up towards the 5th floor
4. You should see a big Golden clock soon
5. You are at "Toki no Hiroba", the meeting spot
6. When in doubt ask station/information staff for "Toki no Hiroba" square*

If you come from Kyoto...
1. Go to JR Kyoto station
2. Take an express train towards Osaka (20 minutes)
3. DO NOT take the Shinkansen
4. Upon arrival go up the escalator on the platform
5. Alight at the "Bridge Exit"
6. Pass the turnstile head right towards "North Central Exit"
7. Take the escalators up towards the golden clock
8. You are at "Toki no Hiroba", the meeting spot
9. When in doubt ask station/information staff for "Toki no Hiroba" square*

* Osaka station is a maze, when asking for directions don't ask a local looking person: ask station personnel only!

Meeting Point Photo

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Meeting Point Map

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