Kyoto, Tokyo, Nara… Japan: Highlights Of Our Film (Part 5)
Because films are pictures in motion…
We wish to present some of the best moments, to the people who haven’t got a chance to watch our film yet. For those who have, they would appreciate these unique instants, selected by AmnesiArt.
A first stay in Japan allowed us to discover its rich culture, its fascinating architecture and respectful people. After this deep experience, we built this project and finally made it possible thanks to a two weeks shooting between Kyoto, the cultural capital, and Tokyo, the symbol of modernity.
Through our vision, we wanted to share the special atmosphere offered by this country. We had in mind to recreate emotions we experienced, by capturing these genuine moments.
AmnesiArt comments these still frames from its film: “Japan: A Journey Between Tradition And Modernity”.
Reflections of Kinkaku-ji Temple, Golden Pavilion, Kyoto – Japan
This wide-view perfectly shows how gorgeous Kinkakuji’s environment is.
Two Cats in a Tree during Hanami, Ueno Park, Tokyo – Japan
We had to make a way regarding the crowd, in order to capture this adorable scene.
Tokyo Tower Close-up with Moon in the Background, Tokyo – Japan
We used the moon to create fascinating shots of Tokyo Tower.
Entrance of Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Kyoto – Japan
The Japanese monk in the foreground was used to make this Steadicam shot more captivating.
Child inside “Buddha’s Nostril” in Todai-ji Temple, Nara – Japan
We placed the camera on the floor to capture this popular tradition of Todai-ji temple.
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower at Night in Tokyo – Japan
We chose our widest angle lens to get the most of Mori Tower light show.
Man Walking in Traditional Japanese Tabi Socks, Nijō Castle, Kyoto – Japan
We waited patiently this Japanese man walking down the stairs to highlight the traditional aspect of this country.
Lonely Walking Man in Peaceful Garden near Kōfuku-ji Temple in Nara – Japan
We chose a dolly-in shot to give the impression of entering this soothing place.
Duck Resting after a Rainstorm at Toji Temple in Kyoto – Japan
We needed to stay discrete in order not to disturb this duck during its resting moment.
Japanese Woman Waving Goodbye, Bar tonbo near Pontocho in Kyoto – Japan