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NYAF / NYCC 20100

// October 18, 2010

New York Anime Festival and New York Comic Con both took place this year at the Jacob K. Javits Center in Midtown Manhattan on October 8-10. NYAF features exclusive and extensive anime screenings, guests from America and Japan, manga, cosplay, video games, live-action Japanese cinema, fashion, food, and the cultural treasures that gave birth to Japanese pop culture while NYCC has the latest in comics, graphic novels, anime, manga, video games, toys etc. as well as panels and autograph sessions. NYCC is the second largest pop culture convention in America.

Anime Expo 20100

// October 10, 2010

The more things change, the more they stay the same. I have travelled to dozens of conventions in seven different countries; indeed, the cosplayers and locations are vastly different, but things are more or less the same. From a photographer’s point of view, you arrive around noon, roam to find people you know, then maybe start taking photos or just socialize. By evening, attendees wrap up and return to their respective accommodation, sometimes accompanied by a dinner group. This is not the case for US conventions.

Comiket 770

// July 3, 2010

Adrian Song, aka Songster69, started learning about photography way back in his school days, when he was shooting in black and white, using his storeroom for processing, only to come to a hiatus when he graduated.

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