Japan (pt. 3)

Part 3 is a few photos from photoshoots I did while in Japan . The shoots were , Asumi 2 shoots , dance and traditional kimono. Momoko ballet and Sawa contemporary dance style . So here’s a few photos from the shoots in Japan .

Asumi was shot in an area called Asakusa for the first shoot and the 2nd was in a park in Tokyo wearing a traditional kimono . The shoots with Asumi were also a chance to work with make up artist , Terumi who I had worked with previously when she was visiting New York City . Hopefully not our last shoots together .

Momoko and Sawa were shot together in the streets of Ginza district in Tokyo .

I had brought my canon 5D mark III on this trip with just a couple lenses , the one I used during the shoots was the 50mm 1.8 .

The photos below are of the models and included a few of behind the scenes , including when I was almost hit by a van as I shot in the middle of the street .

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Steve Edreff is a photographer who is currently located in New Jersey and normally works out of New York City. Currently Steve has holds New York City Media pass as well as being a contributor to Getty Images and Istock. With the media pass Steve has been a photographer on hand for most parades and media events throughout NYC. The his preference is doing photoshoots with different style dancers , he also has photoed at New York Cities fashion week , photoshoots with Mrs. New Jersey, New York, Vermont , and Pennsylvania. Along with the photography , he has created an independent magazine "Street Views" that includes dancers and traditional style photography.

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