Autumn in Tokyo

Autumn in Japan is the most beautiful and best time to be here.  The whole country is painted by colors of the leaves changing.  Photo opportunity is around every corner.  In Japan, the weather is quite different from what I’m use to in Seattle.  During this time of year, Seattle is cold, rainy, and always cloudy.  In Tokyo, it is sunny but cold.  The colors of the leaves are highlighted by the sun, and this gives you some amazing shots.

This is my first time using Fujifilm’s X-pro2 with old legacy lenses.  The legacy lenses gives you unique bokeh, look and feel.  But the main reason for me was the Bokeh.  Each lens really have a unique look, and they are very affordable.

These photos I used Minolta 50mm 1.4 ($50) and old Russian lens, Helios 44-2 58mm 2.0 ($90).  They are so much fun to shoot with.

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