Austria, a small and landlocked country in Central Europe, is home to more than 8.5 million people. More than a quarter of those residents live in the capital of Vienna and it’s surrounding areas. While Vienna tops Mercer’s highest quality of living rankings, the real appeal of Austria lies outside of the largest city and in the surrounding mountainous regions. Located in the Alps, only about a quarter of Austria is considered low lying.
Using sights and sounds from Vienna, small mountain towns, and sweeping landscapes, the filmmaking team at Film Spektakel takes the viewers on an exciting journey through one of Europe’s most beautiful countries in their latest film, “A Taste Of Austria”. Perhaps even more impressive than the stunning visuals is the use of sound effects that put the viewer’s senses in overdrive, making them feel like they are standing where the camera is placed. For extra drama, they even use Felix Baumgartner’s Stratos space jump.
According to their description of the film, the team spent two years capturing the content for 600 time-lapse clips, which equaled about 5TB of footage.
The film is a beautiful and impressive look into one of Europe’s most beautiful and underrated countries.
[Via National Geographic]