My final full day in Tokyo combined Ginza, the Tokyo Dome area, and Taylor Swift fans. Ginza is one of those parts of Tokyo that I always feel out of place in, but I wanted to visit the Leica store there as I heard it's really nice and a must visit. Now that I can say that I've been there, looked at and held several Leicas, all I can say is, maybe one day. Enough said. 😊 Today's photos were all shot in Aperture priority as I usually shoot, but processed in VSCO on my iPad. No particular reason, just wanted to mix things up a bit.
After Leica and lunch we headed to Suidobashi and Tokyo Dome for the Taylor Swift concert, the main reason we're in Tokyo this week. While my wife and daughter were at the concert, I walked around the Tokyo Dome area. There were fans everywhere wearing Taylor Swift garb, so I stopped one young couple for a photo.
One of the things I love about Tokyo is the blending of old and new everywhere. You never know when any nondescript alleyway can lead to a shrine tucked away behind the modern buildings surrounding it.
Not sure why the x100t thought it needed 5000 ISO in the shot above. I've noticed it's a little weird with exposure selections in auto ISO, but this wasn't an issue with my x100s. Need to figure this out.
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