If you’re looking for an alternative destination for your next vacation, Georgia (the country) might be the place for you. Nestled between Eastern Europe and Western Asia, Georgia offers scenery and cultural sentiments you can’t pinpoint as similar to any other place in the world. Despite the country’s recent history of disputes with Russia, Georgia is increasingly becoming a popular tourist location, slowly dusting itself of recent conflicts to grow its economy and provide stable jobs for its people. Both the country’s diverse scenery and societal resilience will take your breath away.
In “Georgia,” a captivating hyperlapse travel video, Timelapse Media captures Georgia’s beauty. The photographers go above and beyond the traditional hyperlapse style by using Hyper Dynamic Range (HDR), a photographic style where each frame is composed by merging three photos of different exposures. HDR lends “Georgia” a dreamlike quality.
In “Georgia” you’ll follow the crew as they pose in picturesque locations throughout Georgia, sneakily carrying previous frames into the next through items like their sunglasses, imaginary picture frames, and even their eyes. Timelapse Media hopes you enjoy this video “postcard” of Georgia, which they claim just might be “the most friendly country in the world.”
Here are some stunning stills from the video, featuring Batumi, Cminda, Sameba, Gelati, Gori, Kutaisi, Mestia, Tbilisi, Sighnaghi, Stepancminda (Kazbegi), and Upilisyche, Georgia:
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