I have shot roses at French Formal Garden in Shinjuku Gyoen by GH3.
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, the leading example of western-style gardens in the Meiji era, was completed in 1906 as one of the Imperial Gardens.
The entire garden was designed by Henri Martinet, the French horticulturalist, based on a concept formulated by Hayato Fukuba, a Meiji and Taisho era agricultural scientist.
This extensive garden is composed of three distinctive-styled gardens described below, each of which harmonizes with the others.
①English Landscape Garden: An extensive lawn, dotted with zelkova, tulip tree and other large trees that create an open atmosphere in this garden.
②French Formal Garden: This beautifully symmetrical garden is featured by central rose beds and rows of sycamore trees on both sides.
③Japanese Traditional Garden: Appreciate the garden’s distinctive Japanese beauty by strolling along the stream flowing through it.
(quotations from the information leaflet "Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden”)
Camera & Lens: GH3 & Panasonic 12-35mm F2.8
ND Filter: TIFFEN 72mm Variable ND Filter
Recording Format: MOV FHD/24p_IPB
Shutter Speed: 1/50
White Balance: ISO 5600K
Photo Style: NATURAL(-2,0,-2,-5)
Exposure Adjustment & Color Grading: DaVinci Resolve Lite 10 beta3 & FCP X
Music：Lena Selyanina - Waltz of Old Times(Jamendo.com)