東京レトロ

(2 件のレビュー)

¥48,000ワークショップ当たり

Second camera rental * 

In the event of 2 people, please be sure to rent a second film camera (including film + developing service)

Have any questions? Contact us!

アドベンチャータイプ

貸切

最大人数

2人

時間

4時間

場所

巣鴨
新宿
雑司ヶ谷

言語

英語

含まれているもの

フィルム2本
フィルムカメラ
フィルム現像・プリント
プロカメラインストラクター

含まれていないもの

電車賃(〜170円)

オススメする機材

三脚不要

ビンテージカメラ

フィルム撮影

下町

そこにあるもの

下町と呼ばれる、昔から残る居住区を歩き、フィルムカメラでその姿を捉える。東京はハイテクで絶え間なく拡大し続ける都会であるが、その一方で60年代、70年代の、よりシンプルな生活だった頃を思い起こさせる昔ながらの一画も残っている。時が止まったような町や小道を探検し、同じ時を経たであろうレトロなフィルムカメラで、レトロな東京を切り取ろう!

撮るもの・学ぶこと

道、店、工芸品、そしてレトロな東京の住人を、昔ながらのフィルムカメラで撮影する。70年代製のフィルムカメラを使って練習する。フィルムの装填の仕方、昔ながらのレンジファインダー風のカメラでの焦点の当て方や構成の仕方、そしてもちろん、路上での魅力的で懐かしい構図の見つけ方を学ぶ。

探検ルート

東京の下町、昔の城下町の路地や狭い小道を探検する。巣鴨や雑司が谷周辺には、日本の昔のままの生活が残る趣きが隠されている。

Meet the Trainers for this Photo Adventure

2 に対するレビュー東京レトロ

  1. 173nick

    I’ve now done 2 of EYExplore’s photo tours: Temples of Tokyo a few months ago and Retro Tokyo last week. Both are GREAT! Retro Tokyo was a wander through an older part of Tokyo, very few tourists, interesting older buildings and alleyways, a trolly/tram ride, and Stephane, a fantastic guide. We shot film – they’ll lend you a camera if you’ve only got digital – and finished the day in Shinjuku at a one-hour lab where we got prints made of our afternoon’s shooting. PRINTS!! Remember them?

  2. ayanoariel

    It was a great tour. We started out in Sugamo- what is considered to the the Harajuku of Tokyo’s lively elderly. We were introduced to the team and the cameras we were working with, and naturally let the arcade lead us.

    As we strolled through the old shopping arcade, we would capture some photogenic retro elements on buildings (rusty pipes, Showa-era delight mechanical gadgets, color faded signs and menus, and CATS!!.) and in abandoned buildings. We would stop to think of the composition, the lighting, how to shoot this situation… in which the two coaches would kindly give us freedom and some advice to shoot as we wish. We walked around, the arcade, a rode the old Arakawa tram, then to the kishibojin temple… All unbelievably slow spiritual places despite being part of the hustle and bustle city.

    I would have not discovered these niche areas to explore and to learn how to shoot photos in the process. I enjoyed the 3 hours shooting, in different locations, lights, moods, then developing photos, and checking out second-hand camera shops together while we wait. It was fun! Maybe make it even more themed “Kissaten themed” “Bar themed”, get models, the creativity we can put in this is endless!

    It was a very beginner class, so I liked the freedom that we had just given a camera and snap as much as you want. Maybe during little breaks we could have been taught the technical aspects, and some demonstrations from the teachers for more influence. Great way to be exploring an area… with a camera!

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We meet in front of Sugamo station outside the main entrance of JR station (on the street right in front of the station).