Phenomenal Timelapse video as an example of how promotional films of tourist destinations should be shot

first_imgVideo is a “must have” tool today when we talk about tourism promotion.But in order to get virality and to stand out from the mass of promotional tourist videos, it is necessary to invest in quality and professional production, which of course costs, but also gives results. With the mass use of drones, new technologies such as 4k video resolution, video in tourism is definitely the main bait for telling a story and creating a motive for coming.And how to stand out from the crowd and tell a story through a video that invites you to visit a tourist destination, demonstrated a young Ukrainian photographer Kirill Neiezhmakov with a new phenomenal timelaps video that takes us through an amazing walk through Rome.In less than three minutes through the “Eternal City” of the most famous sights, its historical past and picturesque areas where you will want to head on arrival when it’s time to relax. Rome is synonymous with history, writes Neezijakov and adds “Where else can you walk in the same footsteps as the emperors, St. Peter, the popes, Michelangelo, Dante, and Raphael, to name a few? The real charm of Rome is that you can easily walk to most of the places from the video”, Said Neiezhmakov.Want to visit Rome after this video and experience live the largest open-air museum in Europe?However, we also have our strong strengths when we talk about time laps video and professional photography, and that is certainly the phenomenal duo Marko Romulić and Dražen Stojčić who are the authors of some of the most famous Croatian timelapse films. After many phenomenal videos, they have been trying for years to catch the spring fog that emerges from the Mirna Valley in Motovun, and it only appears when special weather conditions set in. After many unsuccessful trips and catching the morning fog around the Motovun hill, and perseverance is always rewarded, finally came the day when the magic fog was caught through the lens of Marija and Dražen.Misty Motovun – timelapse movie from Romulic & Stojcic on Vimeo.Always use professional services and watch the quality, not how to go as little as possible and record video with a mobile phone, because in the end the only thing that matters is the final product and the message. Of course, after shooting the video, it is necessary to invest in promoting it so that as many people as possible can see it, because we can have the best product in the world, but if no one knows about it, everything falls into the water.Of course, there are always those who offer services much cheaper…Various professionals and creatives show their skills, and it is up to tourist destinations to see and use the opportunity to promote their tourist destination as well as possible. It is also their main job and they are paid for it. Directors of tourist boards from all over Croatia, you are on the move. Opportunities are there, it’s up to you to take advantage of them, that’s your obligation, isn’t it?Btw, next week, from 13 to 15 September, the International Tourist Film Festival will be held in Zagreb, Zagreb Tourfilm Festival, where 175 tourist films from 76 countries will compete. It will be interesting to see how other countries are branded and what messages they send.Related news:THE IMPORTANCE OF QUALITY PROMOTIONAL VIDEO IN TOURISMOVER 170 TOURIST FILMS IN COMPETITION AT ZAGREB TOURFILM FESTIVALWATCH THE PHENOMENAL TEASER OF SARAJEVO VIDEO GUIDElast_img read more

Property developer Andalan Sakti shares soar 70% in stock market debut

first_img“Business potential in the real estate sector [is good] considering that the growth of housing demand continuously increases, driven by population growth, which increases significantly every year,” Andalan Sakti president director Suwandi Notopradono said in a written statement. Suwandi added that buying a house was seen as a form of investment as prices for houses always increased over the years. Through its subsidiary company, PT Andalan Sakti Nusa (Ansa Land), Andalan Sakti plans to build the Casa Serpong housing project in Parung Panjang, Bogor. About 85 percent of the funds raised from the IPO will be allocated for Ansa Land’s working capital, while 15 percent will go to paying debts to the company’s shareholders. Ansa Land, a residential property development company predominantly developing properties in the Greater Jakarta area, was acquired by Andalan Sakti in 2013 and has since developed numerous property complexes, including the Royal Matoa Residence in Depok and the Arkamaya Residence in Tangerang.  Topics : Shares of property developer PT Andalan Sakti Primaindo (stock symbol ASPI) soared 70 percent at its stock exchange debut on Monday as the company sought funds from the market to develop green properties in Greater Jakarta.Andalan Sakti’s share price skyrocketed from Rp 105 to Rp 178 within three minutes after trading opened, indicating investors’ strong interest in the company’s prospects.The company will use most of the Rp 34.6 billion (US$2.5 million) proceeds from its initial public offering (IPO) earlier this month to develop green residential properties in the middle-to-lower income bracket around the capital.center_img “We are developing the Casa Serpong complex [in Bogor] with a green concept, a modern concept for millennials,” Andalan Sakti director Jansen Kustianto said on Monday. Jansen added that the company focused on attracting the middle-to-lower income market segment and would offer its housing units for Rp 350 million to Rp 400 million per unit.Ansa Land would offer lower down payments and cooperate with banks who would provide the mortgage loans (KPR) for its buyers, Jansen noted. Of the 500 units that are planned to be built within the 15 hectares land set aside for the Casa Serpong complex, some 100 units will be developed this year and the rest will be completed in the next three to five years, according to Jansen. Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) assessment director I Gede Nyoman Yetna said in his opening remarks on Monday that Andalan Sakti was the 14th company to be publicly listed in 2020 and the 680th company overall. “We will not stop encouraging companies to list themselves on the stock market. We have a saying: don’t wait until [the company is] big to enter the stock market, but grow big on the Indonesian stock market,” the assessment director said while encouraging the company to realize its strategic action plan with the proceeds it had gathered.  Andalan Sakti offered 48 percent of its total listed shares during its IPO or a sum of 330 million shares. Trading of the company’s shares was temporarily suspended on Monday as the prices exceeded the allowable increase limit for a single-day transaction as regulated in the exchange’s auto-rejection regulation. (ydp)last_img read more