Ahead of some longer and slightly more serious Streetfilms, I thought it would be prudent to throw up some of the everyday life the bicycle inspires in the world of Amsterdam. Some of this is light commentary but all meant to be in great fun.
Enjoy and make sure to check back for far more treats and coverage!
Here we present our final - and most informative - Streetfilm from Amsterdam. It provides a nice cross-section of commentary on life in the City of Bikes. If you'd like to skip directly to topics, we've grouped the comments under five general headings.
0:17 Rejecting the Automobile 2:15 A bike system that works for everyone 4:05 There's a science to what looks like "bicycle chaos" 5:55 Coming to The Netherlands from the United States 7:33 Dutch Bicycle Culture
Spectacular atmospheric phenomena of Croatian island Hvar captured in stunning slow motion and time lapse video!
Hvar may well be "the sunniest Croatian island", clocking in the average 2726 hours of sun yearly, drawing in thousands of tourists, sailboats and yachts, but it also has a darker side. The creative duet Mario Romulic and Drazen Stojcic spent 2 years filming the skies around the famed island, and were lucky enough to capture some spectacular thunderstorms in slow motion and time lapse techniques. They shot over 350,000 thousand photographs, picking "only" 10,000 best frames for this film. The filming took place on the island Hvar itself, but also from mountain Biokovo and nearby island Brac.
Romulic & Stojcic are well known for their acclaimed time lapse videos of Croatia, many of which have gone viral and attracted a wide national and international attention. They run a successful photography and video production company, with focus on advertising, hotels and tourism. Their photographic exhibition "Croatia - a flash of diversity" travels around Europe as part of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs project celebrating the Croatia joining EU.
Production: Romulic & Stojcic multimedia studio
DOP: Mario Romulic & Drazen Stojcic
Editing: Antun Balog
Music and sound design: Hrvoje Petek
Special thanks: Jaksa Kuzmicic