It is a well-known fact that our visual memory perceives and remembers information better then aural memory. We remember only 10% of what we read, 20% of what we hear, 30% of what we see, 50% of what we see and hear. Therefore, reading information is good but reading, watching videos and listening will work much better.

I’ve been seeing some amazing travel videos lately and have been bookmarking each to share them with you. They sure are giving me itchy feet to explore the world


Eat. Move. Learn.

3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage, all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food. 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films; a trip of a lifetime.


The Longest Way 1.0 | One year walk/beard grow time lapse

This guy is pretty inspiring, he did a walking trip and went for 4500km trough China and Gobi Desert and even tough he never finished his goal to Germany, still pretty awesome. He took a photos his face everyday and see how he doesnt look like he did. Not surprised if this video won so many short film festivals.


Make it Count

Running was never so much fun, ever more so when you are running in different countries, flying across borders, jumping into natural pools and it is all paid for! The background score sets the pace for you to fully immerse yourself into the joy that comes from travel. Oh, the awesome quotes will make you think and will make you smile!


Many Steps 
This is another unique idea that he traveled around the world to create the film which concept is “collecting the steps from all over the world and playing a music with the steps”. Filmed some daily life and corners of places he visited. Awesome!


Traveling Denim

Shot over a two year period and spanning over 50 different countries, Takayuki Akachi’s Traveling Denim video is a comprehensive look into a pair of Levi’s. The video was done entirely in stop motion fashion. Throughout the travels and subsequent locations across the world, a progressive look into the denim’s fades and contrasts are documented as it also interjects the wearer’s travel experiences to create a fascinating piece of cinema.


Postcard from Bali (Stephen Kot)

Sometimes the best way to get travel inspiration is from other people’s travel experiences. Stephan Kot shot this stunning Bali video that just makes you want to pack your bags head to Indonesia or indeed South East Asia.

Postcard from Bali is a beautifully spiritual video showing a great overview of Bali’s scenery. The video shot with a Canon 5D Mark 2 is artistically shot with some great depth of field using a Canon 50mm 1.4f lens


Toy Thailand

It’s always interesting to see film-makers experimenting with new techniques, especailly ones that bring a complete new visual style to their work.

Joerg Daiber makes use of ’tilt shift’ photography to bring a completely unique perspective to what would otherwise be familiar scenes filmed in some of  Thailand‘s most popular destinations.

Great combination between tilt shift and timelapse makes the objects look small like toys.

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