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Luminous Portraits of Sliced Fruit Glow Like Stained Glass Windows | Colossal

<p>Artist Dennis Wojtkiewicz paints enormous portraits of sliced fruit, often scaling four feet across or more. Each oil on canvas painting focuses …

Art

How To Get Tack Sharp Images With Lightroom's Sharpening Panel

Sharpening photos is one of the most important steps in any photographers post-processing workflow. No matter how good you are at getting a shot …

Tutorials

Art Photo by Victor A Mirontschuk — National Geographic Your Shot

Becoming a Professional Time-Lapse Photographer

Matthew Vandeputte is a Belgian photographer living in Sydney, Australia, whose work is at the forefront of commercial time-lapse and hyperlapse …

8 Reasons Why You Should Visit Japan At Least Once in Your Lifetime

<i>Tokyo’s extensive skyline.</i><p>There are some countries that anyone who likes travelling should visit, at least once in their lifetime. Japan is surely …

15 Awesome Things to Do in Tokyo

There is no city in the world like Tokyo. The lights, smells, colors, and sounds of the capital of Japan are anything but subdued. And with a population of over 9 million inhabitants and 20 million visitors a year, of course there are many intriguing things to do and experience here. It's a city …

Japan

It just got easier to become a permanent resident of Japan — here's how you do it

While the US mulls over limiting immigration, in Japan the federal government has just loosened the requirements for new, highly-skilled immigrants …

Kyoto's Five Best Photo Locations

For first time travelers to Kyoto, it can be a bit confusing to choose where to shoot. Unlike my previous posts on Madrid and Barcelona which are …

Japan

Moxy hotel review - Tokyo, Japan

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Where to see a Geisha in Kyoto, Japan - An experience worth remembering

Once it was decided we were going to Japan, I knew I wasn’t returning without seeing a Geisha. Call me a stalker but I looked up where to find a …

Night-time, neon and backstreet bars: an Instagram journey through Tokyo

In high-rise, hi-tech Tokyo, photographer RK finds pockets where the old-style city peeks through the neon-lit towers – and characters from galaxies far, far away

Galaxies

Gorgeous and Emotional Female Portraits by Kevin Mathison

<b>Kevin Mathison</b> is an professional photographer and retoucher currently based in Torrance, California, USA. Kevin focuses on portraiture, he shoots …

Aokigahara: Why is Japan's Sea of Trees one of the scariest forests in the world?

Dubbed the forest of suicides, the site is well-known for the high rate of deaths recorded.<p>For decades, Japan has faced a serious social issue as it …

She Broke Japan’s Silence on Rape

TOKYO — It was a spring Friday night when one of Japan’s best-known television journalists invited Shiori Ito out for a drink. Her internship at a news service in Tokyo was ending, and she had inquired about another internship with his network.<p>They met at a bar in central Tokyo for grilled chicken …

Japan

The Most Amazing Things to Do in Asakusa, Tokyo

Tokyo is, by some measures, the largest city in the world. On the other hand, as you probably realize if you've ever been there, it's less of a …

“Inemuri,” the Japanese Art of Taking Power Naps at Work, on the Subway, and Other Public Places

If you've visited any big city in Japan, you've no doubt seen a fair few commuters sleeping on the subway. The more time you spend there, the more …

University of Cambridge

KYOTO: A Luxury Collection Destination, Japan

The imperial capital of Japan for 1,200 years, Kyoto is Japan's cultural keeper from kimono-clad Maiko to temple festivals.<p>Over one thousand temples …

Nighttime Photos of Tokyo Under the Glow of Neon Lights

German-French graphic designer Matthieu Bühler has been shooting gorgeous nighttime photos of Tokyo, Japan, focusing his attention on the …

Kyoto hotel’s Maiko-han Bar event lets travelers drink with geisha at amazingly affordable prices

<b>Foreign guests welcome</b> at lobby lounge function that <b>sidesteps the cost and pretense of orthodox geisha services</b>. <br>With its deep connection to Japanese …

An Intro to Panning Your Camera for a Blurry Feeling of Speed

Looking to add some drama or action to your photos but not quite sure how? Look no further… In simple terms, camera panning (or motion tracking as …

Trump uses Egypt terrorist attack to justify travel ban, Mexico border wall

President Donald Trump says he will be calling his Egyptian counterpart “in a short while” to discuss Friday’s “tragic terrorist attack, with so much …

Issui Enomoto Captures Double Exposure Photographs of Yokohama From His Taxi

Issui Enomoto is a taxi cab driver in Japan’s port city of Yokohama. But he’s also a photographer. And for Enomoto, these two go hand-in-hand, just …

Tokyo From the Rooftops by Lukasz Palka

Urban photographer Lukasz Palka has been living in Japan since 2009. Fascinated by the frenetic vibe of Tokyo, his series L’Appel du Vide attempts to …

Japan

The 'Ghost Of Tsushima' Will Be Based On Japanese History But Will Hopefully Lack Giant Enemy Crabs

The upcoming <i>Ghost of Tsushima</i> for PS4 looks to channel elements of Japanese history into a new open-world action game. Here’s hoping we don’t have to fight any giant enemy crabs.<p>Developed by Sucker Punch, the studio behind the excellent <i>Infamous</i> games, the <i>Ghost of Tsushima</i> is set in Japan during the …

Japan’s Second City: The Only Osaka Travel Guide You’ll Ever Need

Tokyo may be Japan’s biggest, busiest city, but Osaka is its most vivacious. With a population of 2.7 million, it’s the second largest city in Japan …

The Best Japanese Gardens, Temples and Shrines

You could easily spend your entire time in Japan roaming between gardens, temples, and shrines—and it would be time well spent. Meander through …

Japan to hold ‘ninja certification’ test in Tokyo - ASEAN/East Asia

TOKYO: Japan takes the art of “ninjutsu” so seriously that it will hold an examination for aspiring ninjas on Oct. 22.<p>For the first time, the annual …

The Devil Is (or Isn't) in the Details of "Behaving Badly's" Search for Morality

Will secular moral solutions ever topple the ideological momentum of an amoral market?As with various moral quandaries perplexing humans for …

An Intimate Interview With Street Photographer Edas Wong By Arek Rataj

Edas Wong is a street photographer from Hong Kong. He recently won the BSPF International Singles Public Prize and was awarded with an Honorary …

Street Photography

Where to Go in Tokyo for Panoramic Views

Tokyo is a beautiful city from any angle, but nothing compares to those skylines viewed from 40 floors up. From soaring rooftop bars to towering …