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The first short movie from Tokyo photographer Martin Bailey, depicting the various ways that people in Japan enjoy the Sakura (cherry blossom), which to many indicates the arrival of spring. This was shot entirely in Meguro, Tokyo, on the afternoon of April 3, 2010, with a Canon EOS 1D Mark IV DSLR Camera.
The moon, as it moves across the frame. The camera was not panned at all. The movement comes entirely from the moon itself as it traverses the sky. Filmed with a Canon EF 600mm F4 lens, fitted with a 1.4X and a 2.0X Extender on a Canon EOS 1D Mark IV camera for a focal length of 2184mm.
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