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[VIDEO] Zagreb Featured in Cities in 4k Timelapse Series

 

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The Croatian capital Zagreb has joined the cities of Zadar, Split, the island of Hvar and Dubrovnik as Croatian cities featured in the global ‘Cities in 4k’ project.

Cities in 4K is a worldwide project. The idea is to represent as many cities as possible in the newest 4K resolution. The footage is filmed in the popular timelapse photography technique combined with standard 4K scenes to best to represent the cities and the life in it.

Check out the breathtaking video of Zagreb, filmed and edited by Amir Kulaglic using: Sony A7rII, and Glidecam DEVIN Graham Signature Series, Canon Mark III and Sony a7r II for Timelapse with Emotimo TB3 and Rhino Slider.

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