24 March 2021
The Russian film crew, who viewed Istanbul with a drone, enchanted those who saw them with the photos they took. The landscape at sunrise in Hagia Sophia and Camlica Mosques fascinated those who saw it.
The Russian film crew, who viewed Istanbul with a drone, enchanted those who saw the sunrise in the city.
Having viewed Istanbul with drone for about 3 weeks, the Russian team shot only at sunrise and sunset and created a fascinating Istanbul view.
The majesty of Hagia Sophia and Çamlıca mosques is reflected in the images taken by drone.
The study, in which the historical, cultural richness and modern buildings of the city are explained from a different perspective, will introduce Istanbul to the world on social media platforms.
Russian Director Andrew Efimo, who reached millions of views on social media with his short films, said, “I think Istanbul is a very impressive city in the world, it has an incredible culture. The people here live in a very different city. For example, they see the Bosphorus bridge and a beautiful sea every day. elements of the city makes it very different. Turkey has opened us Covidien-19 outbreaks during door, so our after a long time where we conducted our first project. old and new architecture in Istanbul you can see at the same time. I think it is not another one like it in this city. our aim world wonders show. this is why people who have many different cultures in one part of the European continent, a part of the Asian side of Istanbul live here. I would say that my favorite location Bosphorus in Istanbul. we are planning to perform subsequent our projects in Cappadocia in Turkey, “he said.
Oğuz Albayrak, with whom the Russian film crew worked on drone shoots, said: “Our Russian film crew friends started to work with us in Istanbul with the suggestions of a few of our friends. We have captured beautiful scenes at sunrise and sunset in Istanbul for 12 days. I think their style is a bit unique to them. It will make a great contribution to the promotion of Istanbul. “I know that their most recent video has been watched by 60 million people.”