Roppongi Taxi



When I visited Japan in October 2015 I went for a walk around the Roppongi district of Tokyo with the Fujifilm X100 where I took some shots of the colourful Tokyo taxis against the bright neon lights of the shops and restaurants.  I found the standard 23mm Fujinon lens on the X100 a bit limiting so I decided that on my next trip I would revisit Roppongi with the X-T1 and the wide angle 10-24mm f4 zoom. 

I then switched lenses to the XF90mm f2 to get some closer shots of the cars as they negotiated the very busy junction.

Here are the shots I took on the first evening in Japan on the 14th January before I headed back to the Fujifilm HQ for a dress rehearsal for the next day's Fujikina press conference.










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