Inspiring Travel Videos & Photos

Banyak hal yang membuat kita terinspirasi untuk traveling. Entah itu menonton suatu film dengan lokasi indah, membaca buku yang mendeskripsikan suatu tempat dengan terperinci sehingga kita ingin mendatangi tempat itu juga, atau melihat foto / video perjalanan orang lain.

Sekarang ini tidak perlu memakai kamera besar yang berat untuk membuat sebuah video, atau kamera DLSR mahal . Cukup dengan ide kreatif , sebuah smart phone, atau memakai kamera Go Pro. Kamu bisa menjadi instant celebrity juga di dunia maya jika hasil karya kamu keren !

So, next time capture your moment, and share to the world. Siapa tau kamu juga bisa menjadi inspirasi orang lain untuk terkenal "racun traveling / travel bug" !

Berikut ini ada beberapa video / foto yang sangat inspiratif tentang traveling :

The best selfie !
One man captured some amazing moments as he traveled through 36 countries in 600 days, on five motorcycles, covering a total of 145,926 miles.

Alex Chacon of El Paso, Texas, is on a three-year adventure he’s dubbed his “Modern Motorcycle Diaries,” capturing it all on a Go-Pro camera fashioned to the end of a stick.

He’s recorded his epic selfie-videos all along the way thus far, highlighting a magnificent 360-degree camera angle as he crossed more than 75 borders, perfectly capturing his stops in every major city and exotic place he’s visited.
In just less than three minutes, this incredible video highlights his time underwater, forging through the jungle, on mountaintops, in deserts, riding by boat, riding by bus and of course, taking selfies with lions.

On Chacon’s website you see an interactive map of his travels from Alaska to Argentina and South Africa to Nepal.

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Jack Hyer knew he wanted to marry his girlfriend after their first date.
All that stood in the way was 26 countries, four years and one Proclaimers song.
Hyer started filming his travels four years ago as a way to keep in touch with his girlfriend, eventually turning them into a video proposal where he lip-syncs The Proclaimers' 1988 hit "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" through China, Israel and many other countries.
Hyer did eventually pop the question in person – the scene is at the end of the video. (Spoiler alert: His girlfriend, Becca, said yes.)

And the happy couple already have a honeymoon destination: Belize. The best part? They're traveling there for free because the Belize Tourism Board liked the video. 

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After I quit my job last year, I packed a bag, grabbed my camera and bought a one way ticket to London. 17 countries later, I compiled this time lapse of the many amazing places I came across.
17 Countries. 343 Days. 6237 Photographs. One incredible journey. Time Lapse kereeen !!
  Jalan kaki 1 tahun di China, 4500 Km
Watch one man's incredible journey as he treks through China... and grows one epic beard along the way.
Indonesia juga negara yang besar. Ada yang mau mencobanya ?
Fave moment : detik ke 30 !
3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38,000 miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and a terabyte of footage = 1 minute video = the trip of a lifetime.

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Matthew "Matt" Harding (born September 27, 1976), is an American traveler, video game designer, and Internet celebrity known as Dancing Matt for his viral videos that show him dancing "jig" in front of landmarks and street scenes in various international locations in 2005 

Harding has since received widespread coverage of his travel exploits in major print and broadcast media and was hired by Visa to star in their Travel Happycampaign

Indonesia yang Indah & Seru 
My time in Indonesia was the most insane adventure where I explored across some places so beautiful my head began to explode. From mountain biking down crazy steep volcanoes flying by mountain villages to 700 km motorbike trips across islands to surfing the most beautiful beaches I had ever laid eyes on.

Four months across six different islands and my love for them is overflowing. I started my own business, explored one of the most epic island volcanoes, swam with turtles, slept on a pirate ship, explored deep in sulphur pits, cliffed jumped insane heights, fire danced deep in a cave and across oceans and on mountaintops, snorkelling in water blue as blue can be, found more waterfalls than I can count, learned Bahasa Indonesian, ate the dankest asian food, dived deep into myself and gained a greater idea of what I want to do in my life.

While I may not fully know what that means, I found that my heart lives for exploration and embracing the powerful moment we will in to live life to the fullest degree that I can. I hope to inspire others to come explore and to come find this beautiful world with me. So share this and share this! Let's show the world that there is still so much to be discovered and that there is beauty beyond your most wild imagination, all you have to do is come and find it.

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Russian photographer Murad Osmann keeps on following his beautiful girlfriend Nataly Zakharova (previously written about here) around the world and capturing precious moments in every step she takes. Osmann started the well-known “Follow me” series back in 2011 during a vacation to Barcelona, and now he is being followed by more than 530K Instagram followers himself.

The uniqueness of the series is in the perspective Osmann takes. His girlfriend’s face is majestically pacing forward away from the camera – showcasing her back to the viewer and guiding her photographer through many impressive landscapes and cityscapes.

More than two years have passed since the first “Follow Me” pictures were published, therefore, it’s about time we share with you a new collection of Osmann’s photographs, which are becoming brighter and more complex every time the couple land to a new country. Spain, Turkey, Russia and France are only a few to name.

The project is called “Follow Me To. And follow his instagram here !

Travel & Kuliner = perfect combo !
Singapore-based Melissa of Girl Eat World travels extensively, loves food, and has an Instagram account. The result is a photo series like no other, with a creative take on food sharing and travel.

Melissa, camera in one hand, a food item representing her surroundings in the other – takes the viewer on a first-person account of eating around the world.

See more of Melissa’s travel and eating adventures over at Instagram, and prepare to be hungry and envious.