Panasonic Lumix DCM-LX5 - A Day in the City Part Two

Cute in the extreme. I thought I'd strayed into Little Tokyo when I made this photo of Siami as the character Hatsune Miku.Here's the second series of images from the introduction to the camera course I ran in the city of Melbourne last weekend. Following on from yesterday's post these images were all made with the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 camera.

Physical activity is always rewarded, though not always at the time. The group and I had already covered a fair bit of ground and we were getting close to the end of our time together. But I'm really not a clock watcher and was happy to suggest that we walk just a little bit further. It was, after all, a beautiful day.

Our extra effort was rewarded when, soon after, we met up with a group of secondary school students who were dressed up like computer game characters. They seemed like a really nice bunch of people bursting with enthusiasm and happiness. They were easy to approach and easy to be around. What a great advertisement for teenagers this guys were.

The first image features Siami dressed as the character, Hatsune Miku, from a song synthesizer program.
Apparently there are alot of songs based upon Hatsune Miku on youtube and Siami is even composing her own.

Nadia faceless, but full of personality and fun, Melbourne.The above image features Nadia who grew up loving the game Silent Hill and, with halloween on the horizon, decided to dress up as one of the very creepy nurses from the game. Nadia created her own costume from a white skirt and white top that she cut, attached and dyed prior to covering in fake blood.

Nadia was great fun to work with and her positive attitude and sense of play made the photography so much easier.

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