The images displayed were all shot using the Fuji X-H1 and either the 56mm f/1.2 or the 90mm f/2.
On the last couple of visits to Tokyo, I started collecting images saturated with neon. It’s been fun and a lot more tricky than it may seem. There is neon everyone, so that’s not the tricky part. The trickiness comes from the enormous amount of dynamic range needed to properly expose the bright neon and the darker shadows within a single capture. I think many would turn to a stacked HDR image to do this properly, but that’s not my thing since I’ve only traveled with a tripod once or twice in the last 20 or 30 trips. For this assignment, I needed to rely on the dynamic range the Fuji’s 24mp sensor could provide.