The popular magazine has published in its Facebook profile a timelapse of the extraordinary nature of Tenerife that has been seen by more than 300,000 people
The landscapes of Tenerife have once again dazzled National Geographic and the entire world. The popular magazine has published in its Facebook profile a timelapse, of the extraordinary nature of Tenerife filmed by the filmmakers of the German company Filmspektakel.
The cameras spent two weeks exploring the island and filming with five cameras these beautiful images that are sweeping on social networks. This Friday, almost 300,000 people had visualized this work with some spectacular images of different points of the Island.
42,187 photographs, more than 240 hours of post-production and 1.12 terabytes of information for a video that has conquered National Geographic and left with the mouth open to many Internet users around the world.
Tenerife is the usual stage of timelapses. Its starry sky has attracted image professionals as well as scientists. In this video, the timelapser Luis Caldevilla set his goal to work for hours to capture some scenarios he called “two meters from hell,” wrote the newspaper El Mundo in a report on this video.