Video: When you throw a GoPro on a fishing rod and toss it in the flooded Seine in Paris and then flip that footage upside down, you better be prepared for some interesting shots of the City of Light. Some of it is really cool, what you think is the real world gets all bendy and warped. Other parts can get a little bit dull, since it's just dirty brown water covering your view. The overall effect from this video by Claire & Max is nice though, because it makes it seem as if you're looking up and seeing the city from underwater.
This Upside Down Video Of The Paris Flood Makes It Seem Like You're Underwater
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