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[JAPAN 2019 | ep.5] 🏯 A Walking day in Kyoto 🎎

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28th April 2019 and 3rd day in Kyoto: Still as much under the fascination of #Japan, this wonderful country where traditions blend with contemporary life, the past with the modern, the quietness with the entertainment.


Today we will see Higashi-Honganji temple near the Kyoto station then we will go to Nishiki Market and it Nishiki Tenmangu Shrine.


Read the full post of this day at https://steempeak.com/@ten-years-before for all detail.

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🎵 Credit music:


Epidemic sounds


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🎦 Material used in the video:


Camera: 

Canon EOS M50

Canon EOS 60D

Xiaomi YI 4K+ Action Camera

Iphone 8 Plus

Elephone S8


Lens:  

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM with Viltrox EF-EOS M2

Yongnuo EF 35 mm f/2 with Viltrox EF-EOS M2

Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM with Viltrox EF-EOS M

Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5


Gimbal Stabilizer: 

Zhiyun Weebill Lab


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💻 Post Production:


Video: Hitfilm express

Photo: Adobe Photoshop CC3

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Comments

By ShakmGaming

Excellent video as always 👍


Btw i was wondering why people in Japan are so often seen wearing surgical masks. After a quick search it turns out they're usually just considerate to others and help contain germs. It got me thinking how awesome it would be to think like that once in while in the west.. In my country people (and especially children) get sick ALL the time because of this. It's almost funny (but probably much more sad) how people here suddently start getting sick much more often once their children reach school-age.