Tokyo Videos

 

Shibuya Faces Part II from eleven23 on Vimeo.

Short film shot in Shibuya on November 5th 2009 with the Canon 7D. Music : Saint Etienne – The Way We Live Now

Some wonderful videos of Tokyo, in particular the Shibuya, Roppongi and Ginza area taken by eleven23 and his Canon 7D.

eleven23 on vimeo showing great scenes of Tokyo

eleven23 on vimeo showing great scenes of Tokyo

The Shibuya Faces series shows a natural side of the city.

Shibuya Faces Part II – 2.35:1 from eleven23 on Vimeo.

Shot in Shibuya, Tokyo during November 2009.
Edited with Final Cut Pro and matted to 2.35:1 aspect ratio. Graded with Magic Bullet Looks.
Equipment: Canon 7D, Zacuto Z-Finder V2, Canon EF 50mm f1.8 MKII, Sigma 18-55mm f2.8
Music : Saint Etienne – The Way We Live Now.

There is a also a great set of videos by Heath Cozens on vimeo, which have some magnificent color. This one is Christmas in Shibuya.

Christmas in Shibuya from Heath Cozens on Vimeo.

9 thoughts on “Tokyo Videos”

  1. rob7138 says:

    Love the vids! Found this on Youtube from an individual that shoots videos just cruising around various parts of Japan shooting with a Canon 5D2,EF24mm-F2.8,GLIDECAM HD-2000. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcAZESRR4R4

  2. Neksus says:

    That is the perfect complement to your Shibuya series!
    This is the kind of things I really, really like… deep in people’s life.

    The future holds good stuff for us all!! 🙂

  3. lithiumangel says:

    Hmmm wasn’t really impressed by those video. For example the Tokyo life one was blazing by so fast that I just stopped halfway trough as that MTV style editing just annoys me if I wanna be looking at something interesting.

    Shibuya faces .. hmm , I tought it was a bit bland too. I do have to give it to the man; it takes alot of GUTS to point a camera straight at somebody’s face and in this case keep it there for 5-10 seconds. wow. I’m a bit shy when it comes to pointing a huge ass camera down some strangers face; especially on vacation in a country like Japan that I really respect (and that there are some funky privacy laws going about that can get .. you in confusing situations)

    All in all; Give me Shibuya246’s pics any day, even over other bloggers even the likes of Danny (no disrespect intended; he’s done alot of great things) as I think Shibuya246’s pictures are alot more insightfull into Japanese daily life; and that’s what I want to see :]

    1. shibuya246 says:

      Thanks. Appreciate the recommendation on the photos. I will try to keep some good natural images coming. Shibuya is always cool!

  4. whipcracker says:

    Tokyo Videos, Japan Living http://bit.ly/bkrp6l Ok vids. But give me Shibuyas pictures any day. I agree totally w/lithiumangel in everything he says. Your pictures give more meaning to street life and all the surrounding areas. If i don’t make alot of sense in my remarks it’s just tha I got back from the dentist had 2 extractions and new upper dentures made cause one of my dogs ate the partial.The novacane is wearing off and it starting to hurt. Just took pain meds, and may make me drowsy. Sorry.
    Keep the Great pictures comming! 🙂

    1. shibuya246 says:

      get better soon 🙂

  5. HELLOSHEENA says:

    Thanks for all that.

  6. Tristan says:

    Love the concept though I’ve got to agree that Alan’s photo’s are by far the best amongst the Japanese bloggers (including Muza-chan who also takes amazing photos).
    Shibuya246’s photo have heart and a sense of meaning (usually because they are ‘planned’ out as such)….heck, even the random ones are well composed!

    1. shibuya246 says:

      Thanks for the vote. much appreciate your comments 🙂 I also like Muza chans blog.

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