Already three years have past, that I made my first photo exhibition called “Colours of Tokyo” at the headquarter of BMW AG in Munich. For this photo exhibition I have selected 32 of my best photos I shoot in Tokyo in 2009 and 2010. The title of the exhibition was inspired by the intensive colours of the cityscape of Tokyo changing with the seasons. Most photos have been edited to make the colours more vibrant. However, I did not do any local editing at all.
My most favorite photo I took from the Mandarin Oriental in Nihonbashi at night. In this long exposore photo three colours are dominating: Red from the backlights of cars, Blue from the advertisements and green from the neon lights of the offices. All colours in this photo I found like it is shown, no local changes of colours. The only thing I did is to make the whole photo more intensive and saturated colours.

Please visit the complete Gallery of “Colours of Tokyo” here. If you like to buy a print please contact me or have a look on my PDF pricelist. To ensure highest quality I do all the prints by myself on an A2 printer.

If you like to go and take the same photo, I must tell you that it is too late. Please see the photo below, which I took in May 2015 from the same place. Tokyo is changing so fast, so if you take a photo it might be the last chance, because they built a new skyscraper…

 

View towards Highway from Mandarin Oriental in Nihonbashi.

View towards Highway from Mandarin Oriental in Nihonbashi.