The authors of the project “Follow me” presented video-route through Kronotsky Reserve

29.11.2016 20:36:09

The authors of the project “Follow me” presented video-route through Kronotsky Reserve
Kamchatka is the first place for video shooting for new on-line project FollowMeTo.travel. Murad and Natasha Osmann with shooting team were here in the beginning of October. The edition about Kronotsky Reserve was output in the Internet.

Three video-routes were shot in Kamchatka. The first video, “Water”, is about the trip around Avacha Bay and the Pacific Ocean seaboard. The second one, “Earth” is about volcanoes. The third video was named “Air” after all one can visit two unique places in Kronotsky Reserve in one day – Valley of Geysers and Uzon Caldera – only by helicopter.  

The result of every project-trip “Follow me” of Natasha and Murad Osmann is the only photo. On the photo, the girl stays in very picturesque place with her back to lens and holds her companion’s hand, lagging him away. In Kronotsky Reserve, the background for photos were geysers and thermal lake.

“The project’s authors visit and show to the whole world the main places of sightseeing on the planet, cultural and natural inheritance. Kronotsky Reserve is one of such places, - mentioned Roman Korchigin, the Head of Public Affairs of FSI “Kronotsky Reserve”. – Qualitative video, emotional telling and their admiration fully transfer the air of Kamchatka wild nature and inspire many others to travel”.

Creation of FollowMeTo.travel became a sequel of photo-project “Follow me” which started 5 years ago. For this time, the couple visited dozens of countries and hundreds of cities. Natasha and Murad have published in their Instagram photos made in the most beautiful places in the world. This year there has been the first season of the show with the same name on the broadcast of “The First Channel”. The couple told about places they had visited and events preceding the final photo. Today one can watch video-routes on the You Tube.

Translated by Marina Barannik.