A Fantastic Flow-Motion Photography Ride Through Istanbul

In what’s probably the best tourism video to be released this year, viewers can take a hyper-lapse ride through the streets of Istanbul, across the Bosphorus River and into the famous Sultan Ahmed Mosque—all in a rapid-fire two minutes. Check it out:

The video was made by British media specialist Rob Whitworth, who’s made similarly amazing videos—which he dubs “flow-motion”—of Dubai, Pyongyang, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and beyond. Here, he’s working with Turkish Airlines to show the vibrancy of one of the world’s oldest cities.

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Those interested in the process behind one of these videos might want to check out this 45-second behind-the-scenes clip, which proves just how enormous a production it is to make one of these two-minute videos:

Unfortunately, this isn’t just a timelapse you can pull off with a tripod and an SLR at home—this is a major undertaking.

For further training: The Timelapse Photography Guide

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Article from: PictureCorrect


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