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Photos of the Madness and Motion of Tokyo's Shibuya Crossing

3 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

I crossed Shibuya Crossing 10 times for a new series of photos, and I watched pedestrians cross another 13 times. Crossings happen every two minutes, and there's a one minute window for you to run out there to photograph.
The specifics behind the photography process: stop down the aperture to around f/7.1 so the pedestrians will remain in focus, and slow down the shutter to approximately 1/13th second to create motion blur.
Lock onto a fashionable subject, use continuous autofocus, and pan as the pedestrian crosses. I used the brand new Nikon Z6 camera for this project and found the high...
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