This is the city-wide follow up to my aerial exploration of downtown Los Angeles from last year (vimeo.com/101231747). And much like with downtown, I continue to be awe struck by how much of this vast city I have partially or completely overlooked before undertaking this video. And like most voyages of discovery, I’ve realize there’s so much more to find.
Packing it all into one short-form video has been nigh impossible and much didn’t make it for safety, privacy or simply because I couldn’t make it 30 minutes long! Notably missing are: LAX Theme Building, both Gettys, some Lautner homes, numerous beautiful buildings, the Gabba gallery, many murals that vanished before I got to them, and much of downtown featured in last year’s video.
A map of the locations is here: goo.gl/f4fq3U
The music is BLu ACiD’s electro-blues adaptation of “If You Ain’t Never Had The Blues” by Boo Boo Davis and is used with permission. I felt it fitting to a city of eclectic styles and influences, equal parts refined and rough edges. The version used here is my own extended edit. Download the original song here: itunes.apple.com/us/album/if-you-aint-never-had-the-blues/id1006196698?i=1006197030
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Droning For Good
With all the controversy about drones, it’s important to remember that they can be (and often are) used responsibly. As with many emerging technologies, the laws struggle to keep up and we must employ a common sense approach to their use that is respectful to community, safety and the law.
My Drone Protocol
– Avoid busy periods, rush hours, special events, etc.
– Avoid sensitive areas or anything that can be misconstrued without prior permission.
– Avoid crowds. Small groups only from the periphery with ground spotters and two-way radios.
– No flights near airports, TFR areas and restricted airspace (FAA class B, C, D).
– Be prepared for local air traffic below 400ft including awareness of helipad locations.
– Operate at or below roof lines to assure separation from air traffic.
– Avoid “loitering” next to residential homes and apts.
– Respect residential areas for quiet and right to privacy.
– Eliminate any material that inadvertently reveals someone in a place of privacy.
Moscow is a truly vibrant and exciting city. Walking along its endless avenues, you can feel the fascinating heritage of Russian culture. But, in recent years, Moscow has also become a very modern metropolis, integrating towering skyscrapers that give it a unique futuristic atmosphere. Being able to walk by the 500 year old Kremlin in the morning and then watch the twinkling skyline of the city from a panoramic rooftop hotel is simply priceless. Therefore, I’m excited to open my new series of time-lapse shirt films, “One Minute In, …” with the captivating city of Moscow. Can you guess what will come next?
Special thanks to my friends Jesse Baerenrodt-Hayspell and Maria Kolesova for showing me around and spending endless hours with me in Moscow, wouldn`t be possible without you guys!
Shot in 8K with Sony A7rII
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It has endless edges, tints and singularities. Berlin is a power city. You can feel it there. It’s positive and razor sharp simultaneously. Berlin can be strong and complex for its visitors.
I tried my very best to catch the spirit of it. At least how I felt it running in the cold streets with my camera.
Music by R.Taubert
Street “drums” by BuckIt
Listen in good headphones. It’s a must.
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For older and more soft Berlin watch my prevous Everyday Berlin – visual poem video vimeo.com/148802385