Konpira Shrine Shinto Gate

Hokkaido Winter Landscape Adventure 2018 Travelogue #2 (Podcast 605)

Continuing our travelogue series from my recent Hokkaido Winter Landscape Photography Adventure tour and workshop, today we pick up the trail on the morning of day three, when we took a walk around the back of our hotel to photograph the blue waterfall there. This is another of those shots...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
  • Christian Meermann
    Posted at 03:06h, 30 January Reply

    Some epic shots here. “Boat Graveyard at Sunset” is my favorite.

  • Thom Venier
    Posted at 05:11h, 31 January Reply

    Some gorgeous shots Martin! I was curious when you are creating b&ws in C1 do you have a particular film style in mind to reference when setting details such as grain and tone or have a specific formula…or just do it by what feels right to you?

    I had a blast while I was in Japan earlier in the month and am working hard on edits and

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