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8,000 kilometres of Slovak nature in one video

Timelapse video of cameraman Majo Chudý shows beautiful spots of Slovakia.

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Eight months, 8,000 kilometres and 35,000 photos in one video. Cameraman and photographer Majo Chudý used 20,000 shots and used more than 1 terabyte of data, Dobré noviny wrote.

The second part of his series “A Few Moments” shows the Nízke Tatry, Vysoké Tatry, Malá Fatra, Malé Karpaty, Západné Tatry, Strážovské vrchy and Považský Inovec, Dobré noviny reported.

Several obstacles had be be overcome that were not always easy to deal with in the making of the film.

“Frost, snow and windstorm imprisoned me in the cottage of M.R. Štefánik. I often return home after travelling the whole night but with an empty card in the camera. However, the experiences will stay in my mind forever,” said Chudý as quoted by Dobré noviny.

Topic: Tourism and travel in Slovakia


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