Classes & Workshops in Shibuya

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Classes & Workshops in Shibuya

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Bruce
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After two weeks of travelling and experiencing the culture and history of this beautiful country, our last day was empty of excursion. So my son did a little research and found this option, we all said yes, so we booked a session.
Now I am no where an artist and when the broken bowl was placed in front of me, I was nervous, but the most relaxed & patient teacher talked us all through each step to put together our own unique souvenir.
During our experience, the history was explained and the experience was more appreciated.
100% recommended if you want to truly experience what Japan is about
Written November 21, 2019
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Ernest
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This is an overdue review of what I had experience for the photo walk. It was my first ever photo walk and it was simply amazing! Charles was the one who taught me about street photography and he is one amazing and humble guy to walk with. He's very friendly and warms up to you very quickly. First thing, we learn is my camera settings required for day shoot and then it starts with the techniques. What I have learnt are as follows:

- Keep Things Simple
- Framing of your shots to make things look elongated (escalator)
- Reflections of the glass/shiny surface to build a great reflective effect.
- The looks of the shadows to make your photo looks interesting
- Negative Space
- How to shoot in dark areas
- Bokeh effect
- Symmetry
- Also using reflected surface as symmetry
- Using curves to compose your shots
- Using contrast (Very bright/dark areas) to compose your shots

All in all, it was a great walk and I learnt massively. What I do recommend though is to take notes to keep you memory fresh after the photowalk. I will definitely join either the metropolitan or the night photo walk when I'm in Tokyo the next time round!

Regards,
Ernest (The 13 Jan 2020 Morning class)
Written January 17, 2020
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Evatravelholic
Barcelona, Spain520 contributions
We had a great time learning to make Mizuhiki. Kaori was very professional and fun at the same time, she taught us to make the essential knots to create beautiful New Year decorations. We are bringing home great memories and will decorate our house with the decorations we made.
I highly recommend this activity.
Arigatou Gozaimasu Kaorisan!
Written December 5, 2019
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