One family, 2 cameras, 30 countries, 60 flights, 1000+ time lapse videos, 200,000+ images - almost 20 terabytes of data!
Hello everyone, I’m from Taiwan.
This is a compilation of time lapse videos shot over the last two years when I travelled Europe with my wife and son. I’m excited to share some of my favorite clips.
I think that everybody needs to take a trip and have their eyes opened to just how beautiful the world is.
Please watch full screen in HD with sound if your device allows it.
I hope you enjoy it. Please leave a comment if you wish; I’d love to hear from you.
Equipment used: Nikon D800E, Nikon D600
Professional Total Camera Moving Solution: Konova (konovaphoto.com)
Music with permission : ’ The Death of a Star ’ by Van Syla (facebook.com/VanSylaMusic)
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If you would like to license any of these clips or images, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Available in 4K resolution. Some clips available in resolutions from 5K to 8K.
Thanks so much for checking it out. Please feel free to share.
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ik wil gewoon met dat materiaal aan de gang en dingen maken.”
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