|Nikon D850, AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED|
f/8, 30 sec., ISO 100
I'll write a bit about the photo I exhibited at the Tokyo Night Photography Club's group photo exhibition.
I hadn't taken a photo seriously in the nighttime Tokyo for more than a year. So I wanted to try the Ryogoku Junction of Metropolitan Expressway if I would take a photo for the exhibition.
I have exhibited photos I took there three times. The first time was at my first group exhibition about five years ago. The second was at my first solo exhibition, and the third at my second solo exhibition. This is my favorite expressway junction in Tokyo anyway.
This time, I just wanted to make a simple picture that I would feel like viewing for a long time. I chose January 2 this year to do my job. It was when the super full moon was shining in the zenith.
This is the story of the "Moonlit Night" that I captured only for myself.
Now that I've taken time to write this blog post, I'll show you another photo. This is the Route 6 Komatsugawa Line branching off from the Ryogoku Junction. The construction of the promenade on the both sides of the canal had finished, and it was brighter that before.