Here are some shots taken in Osaka’s Dotombori district. I went with Billy and Pete, who were visiting from Australia. It was really nice to spend time in the Dotombori with two other photographers since it allowed the three of us to drift around, take our time and enjoy the image taking. All photographs in this gallery were taken using a Voigtlander Bessa-T fitted with a 50mm Nokton lens.
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