東京モノクロ

(3 件のレビュー)

¥28,000ワークショップ当たり

Hotel pick-up

Would you like us to come pick you up at your hotel? (Free of charge)

Hotel name

Hotel phone number

Have any questions? Contact us!

アドベンチャータイプ

マスタークラス

最大人数

2人

時間

4時間

場所

六本木
恵比寿
有楽著

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

電車賃(〜170円)

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

ストリートフォト

モノクロ

そこにあるもの

ハイコントラストでモノクロのストリートフォトの視点を通して、光と影を理解する。太陽光、線、タイル、建築要素、その全てが、ラインを読みとり似たようたパターンを繰り返すと言った、印象的な構図を生み出す。そんな幾何学的構図は、都会の形と切っても切れないくっきりとした人間のシルエットから成る。

撮るもの・学ぶこと

特別なスタイルのストリートフォトを撮りたいと思ったら、その理想的な場所や被写体を自分で探すのは至難の技。このワークショップでは、そんなハイコントラストでモノクロな写真が撮れる理想的な場所で、求める撮影技術の理想的な設定について学ぶ。構図やフレーミング、トリミングなどについてのフィードバックもあり、決定的瞬間をとらえるストリートフォトにも活かせるだろう。

探検ルート

東京には、建築学的に魅力のあるエリアがたくさんあるが、このワークショップでは3つのロケーションに絞る。まず恵比寿から始め、広々とした恵比寿ガーデンプレイスの格子状の屋根が作り出す影を撮る。次に六本木へと向かい、幾つかの隠れスポットを通りながら、あの印象的な国立新美術館へとたどり着く。そこでは、大規模なガラス外観と、それによってできる影を利用した写真を。そして最後は有楽町の東京国際フォーラムの深みまで探検しよう。

Instructors for this Photo Adventure

  1. storyofheinrich

    I’ve booked three workshops with EYExplore in April 2019, Tokyo Vertigo, Tokyo Metropolis and Urban Geometry with Laurence. With Laurence, me and my girlfriend had a private workshop for about four hours and it was a great experience I can recommend to you. You will capture great stuff, I recommend to use the b/w mode with high contrast. The results are amazing and Laurence is a very nice guy with a lot of experience and he takes the time to explain all the necessary stuff for composition and camera settings. So if you would like to improve your urban street photography skills, then go for it and book this workshop. Worth every yen! Greets from Germany.

  2. conrado007

    This was my one of my first experiences with EyExplore. All three workshops I have taken with them are positive and educational, friendly, professional and inspirational.

    Laurence is a great guide! A bit soft spoken and very creative-he has inspired me to take more street photos on my own, both while in Japan and back in my native San Francisco. I opted for the hotel pickup—he was on time and ready to start. The walk to the metro station was well spent with a mutual intro and an overview of what we were going to do for the session.

    We took photographs mainly in Meguro, Roponggi and Minato, and that was more than enough. Tokyo has so many opportunities to take photos of people and architecture that I felt we could have even stayed in just one location to shoot. I especially liked how Laurence showed me to look for patterns and backgrounds against which to take people shots—I feel that this opened up the street photo genre for me.

    For this workshop, I recommend bringing a light kit (one body, one zoom lens). If your camera has an articulating LCD or performs well in bright sunlight, even better, since you will be outdoors a lot! It was very sunny during this session, and it created very dramatic contrasts in the shots that I took. We walked a lot, so comfortable shoes, a light jacket for when the breeze picks up, a head cover, sunscreen.

    I really enjoyed this workshop, and I feel it added to my skills as a photographer.

  3. Orchid F

    I spent a fantastic 4 hours with Laurence on this workshop. It turned out that I was the only one that day so I had his undivided attention. Laurence has a great eye for seeing patterns and shadows and he took me to places that I would never have found on my own in a few days in Tokyo. Even though the day was overcast and the shadows weren’t strong, I still got some very good shots as Laurence knows where to go. In several places where few people were walking due to the time of the day, Laurence acted as the model for me. Even though I have been doing photographing for a long time, I still learned a lot from Laurence ‘s insights. His workshop is invaluable, well worth the price as it saved me a lot of time searching for places when I had limited time. I have no hesitation recommending Laurence and his workshop to any photographer who want to photograph a different perspective of Toyko.

  1. Orchid F

    I spent a fantastic 4 hours with Laurence on this workshop. It turned out that I was the only one that day so I had his undivided attention. Laurence has a great eye for seeing patterns and shadows and he took me to places that I would never have found on my own in a few days in Tokyo. Even though the day was overcast and the shadows weren’t strong, I still got some very good shots as Laurence knows where to go. In several places where few people were walking due to the time of the day, Laurence acted as the model for me. Even though I have been doing photographing for a long time, I still learned a lot from Laurence ‘s insights. His workshop is invaluable, well worth the price as it saved me a lot of time searching for places when I had limited time. I have no hesitation recommending Laurence and his workshop to any photographer who want to photograph a different perspective of Toyko.

  2. conrado007

    This was my one of my first experiences with EyExplore. All three workshops I have taken with them are positive and educational, friendly, professional and inspirational.

    Laurence is a great guide! A bit soft spoken and very creative-he has inspired me to take more street photos on my own, both while in Japan and back in my native San Francisco. I opted for the hotel pickup—he was on time and ready to start. The walk to the metro station was well spent with a mutual intro and an overview of what we were going to do for the session.

    We took photographs mainly in Meguro, Roponggi and Minato, and that was more than enough. Tokyo has so many opportunities to take photos of people and architecture that I felt we could have even stayed in just one location to shoot. I especially liked how Laurence showed me to look for patterns and backgrounds against which to take people shots—I feel that this opened up the street photo genre for me.

    For this workshop, I recommend bringing a light kit (one body, one zoom lens). If your camera has an articulating LCD or performs well in bright sunlight, even better, since you will be outdoors a lot! It was very sunny during this session, and it created very dramatic contrasts in the shots that I took. We walked a lot, so comfortable shoes, a light jacket for when the breeze picks up, a head cover, sunscreen.

    I really enjoyed this workshop, and I feel it added to my skills as a photographer.

  3. storyofheinrich

    I’ve booked three workshops with EYExplore in April 2019, Tokyo Vertigo, Tokyo Metropolis and Urban Geometry with Laurence. With Laurence, me and my girlfriend had a private workshop for about four hours and it was a great experience I can recommend to you. You will capture great stuff, I recommend to use the b/w mode with high contrast. The results are amazing and Laurence is a very nice guy with a lot of experience and he takes the time to explain all the necessary stuff for composition and camera settings. So if you would like to improve your urban street photography skills, then go for it and book this workshop. Worth every yen! Greets from Germany.

レビューを追加する

We meet in front of the turnstiles at the East Exit in JR Ebisu station.

Meeting Point Photo

Click to expand

Meeting Point Map

See in Google Maps