Twinkle at night [FUJIFILM Square]
【 Exhibition name 】
“Twinkle in the Night” coloring with pictures
Venue FUJIFILM Square (Fujifilm Square) 1F Gallery “PHOTO IS”
【 Nearest 】 Roppongi Station/Nogizaka Station
Date: October 6, 2009 (Tue)-November 12, 2009 (Thu)
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[Appreciation time required (my pace)]
About 0 hours 20 minutes
[Crowded condition and congestion (it is around 18:00 on weekdays)]
Congestion _1_2_ 3_4_ (5) _ Comfortable
Insufficient _1_2_ (3)
Easy to understand
Arcane _1_2_ 3_4_ (5) _ Clear
(4) _5_ satisfaction with dissatisfaction
As usual, this space was not so many exhibits, but it was a fantastic space that was warm and heartwarming only for the works that were appropriate to call it a gleam. I often think that it is difficult to take a picture on a holiday. I mean, it was interesting to see a variety of night views and light expressions in this exhibition. Or rather, I think you can honestly enjoy just a beautiful landscape photos straight. There is also a booth that darkened like a tunnel, where you can also appreciate the feeling like a night view in the dark. The night view of the foreign country (especially Europe) was the beauty of the original city and the beauty of the light, and there was even a sacred work. Also, there is a picture of the night view of the Japan, but there was a photograph of the place which was quite familiar, and there was a photograph in the back of Midtown in the nearest place, too. There is also a place where I took a night view photograph such as Yokohama and Shinjuku, and can take this kind of composition in this way… And have been surprised W (is a story to compare W)
So, it was the beauty that the glittering of the town which studded the gem shines the heart. Because it is the content to feel intuitively beautiful, please stop by all means when you go to Roppongi. It’s always nice to be able to watch it for free.
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