Tokyo Lights

The Old and The New

Last weekend was boring; it was raining throughout Saturday and the skies cleared only during the Sunday afternoon. And me being me, spending two days in a row indoors isn’t something I can endure, so in the evening I picked up the camera and headed for the Tokyo station in order to capture some city lights. Guess what, Tokyo never disappoints.

This is the North Exit of the Tokyo station (if I remember correctly), and this classic looking building was renovated very recently to resemble its pre-WWII status, not more than two or three years ago.

There were too many people walking in front of it admiring and taking a lot of pictures so it was not very easy to take a picture without ghosts, and this was the best I could do after 10 or 15 minutes of waiting.

Three shots (EV0 +/- 2) merged in Photomatix, then further processed in Lightroom and Perfect Photo Suite with the final touches from Noiseware.

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