IT ALWAYS FEELS LIKE no matter how extensive my travel plans are, I never see enough of the cities I am in. I often get to know certain areas very well, but there are entire neighborhoods of Oslo I breezed past, and sections of Prague I never set foot in, despite having lived there. This is when hyperlapse technology comes in handy; filmmaker Kirill Neiezhmakov seamlessly edits together parts of Lisbon and Sesimbra to give viewers a thorough taste of what Portugal has to offer. I’m blown away by the technology Neiezhmakov uses to create his fast-forward tour, and can’t wait to see what other cities or regions he and other travel filmmakers hyperlapse next.

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