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Sunday, 10 November 2013
Shooting in Nishiki Markets
The people working in Nishiki markets
Nishiki markets in Kyoto are a great place to see a range of 'real' Japanese produce, food, flowers and dry goods that you'd not normally see walking the streets. But it's a busy place so one of the best ways to capture the place is to go close. In this case using a 100mm MACRO lens to fill the frame and to de-focus the often busy background. All pictures by Natalie Hitchens.