drone rips through minneapolis bowling alley in spectacular cinematic style #drone #droneday
This footage is amazing. Drones are really expanding the possibilities of cinematography. From jaybyrdfilms and picked up by designboom:
a single-shot short film shot by a drone is making waves across the web for its impressive navigation and spectacular cinematic style. the indoor entertainment industry has taken a hard hit over the last year, as COVID-19 restrictions left movie theaters and bowling alleys with no choice but to close their doors. when cinematographer and rally drone pilot jay christensen approached the beloved bryant-lake bowl and theater in minneapolis, a staple in the community, to make a video to entice patrons back for a game, he couldn’t have imagined the attention and acclaim it would receive worldwide.
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