TOKYO-2020 Architecture / Bridges

The Under Lines

  • Prize
    Bronze in Architecture/Bridges
  • Photographer
    Yoshihiko Wada
  • Technical Info
    Camera: Nikon D810, Lens: Pc-e 24mm, Panorama Gear: Nodal Ninja Nd Filters: Formatt Hitech
  • Photo Date
    Late 2019- early 2020

The pictures were taken at Yodogawa riverside: the biggest river in Osaka. Having multiple railway companies, there are many railway bridges across the river along with other bridges.Those bridges are not so unique figure solely however combination with two or more bridges, you can find unique bridge-cityscapes, especially shooting at under or between these lines. All pictures were being captured with long exposure and panorama technique. I'd like to underline: with sturdy observation and different point of view, you can still find unique locations in your locals in this challenging time.

As well as being a passionate photographer, Yoshihiko is also a professional sound designer in the very demanding video game industry.Waterfalls were his first obsession and found himself totally enamored with the surrealistic smooth flow caused by ND filters.He now finds himself in his most comfortable place in the black and white fine art architectural genre.In 2016, his panoramic long exposure bridge-city scape “The Land of Connections” have topped on many photo competitions, including one of the prestigious award, International photo award (IPA).