New York is unquestionably one of our favourite cities on earth here at The Coolector and the sheer diversity and scope for urban adventuring that Manhattan throws up is simply beyond compare so when we stumbled across this phenomenal video entitled Streets New York by Tim Sessler, we sat back agog for its entirety.
Sessler is a German born but New York based documentary filmmaker and cinematographer who certainly boasts some impressive clients on his list but it is this extraordinary three minute, slow-motion snap-shot of New York that really caught our eye at Coolector HQ and it provides a wonderfully compelling insight in the various different boroughs of New York City.
If you’ve a love of first rate cinematography and of the Big Apple, this video will be right up your street too and the super slow motion really does add a whole new dimension to proceedings. It was shot using a Freefly TERO on the streets of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens and then stabilised using the Freefly Movi M10.
Stunning videography and a spectacular new perspective on New York City, this superb video has got us itching to get back to the Big Apple as soon as possible.
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