Audiovisual Motion Collage Shows Slovakian Village from a Spinning Tilt-Shift Perspective

In Slovakia lies the serene village of Gánovce, close to the mountains. The picturesque town full of natural mineral springs and geysers hit the global map when traces of a Neanderthal man were found there (you can see his sculpture in the center of the video composition).

Visual artist and motion graphic designer Taras Gesh likes to mix classic photography with new media technology. He created this interesting motion collage of Gánovce, saying:

I learned this village from different angles: made sketches, photos, record sounds and every time it was opening a new side. So I had the idea to make one large composition, which could accommodate all these attractions and show this place from all sides.

Enjoy the tilt-shift view and a few GIF fragments from the production below.

Gánovce 2

Gánovce 3


via The Creators Project

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