Video: Using a classic cinematography technique that Alfred Hitchcock made popular, where a lens is zoomed while the camera is simultaneously moved to keep the main subject the same size, Tim Sessler was able to capture some truly remarkable drone footage that might actually make you feel a little dizzy. Those of you with motion sickness, you've been warned.
Drone Uses An Old Hitchcock Camera Trick To Capture Mind-Melting Footage
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