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article imageVideo: 'Drift' — Amazing film shot entirely from airplane window

By Anne Sewell     Mar 7, 2013 in World
Tim Sessler is a Brooklyn-based cinematographer and documentary filmmaker. He got bored recently while flying from San Francisco to Philadelphia, propped up his camera next to the window and the results can be enjoyed right here.
Sessler propped his camera up carefully against the window next to his seat for the duration of his flight. He used a "tilt-shift" effect to reduce blurriness and to maintain the absolute serenity of the passing nighttime landscape which unfolded below.
The result is truly mesmerizing, as we listen to the soundtrack and watch mountainous and sometimes snowy scenes pass by. Sessler named the video, rather appropriately, "Drift."
 Drift   a short documentary film captured entirely from an airplane window by Tim Sessler.
"Drift", a short documentary film captured entirely from an airplane window by Tim Sessler.
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You can also see more of his fascinating, short video creations on his website, including "Bending Sounds" made in the New York City subway and "Alone", which documents a journey on the subway.
"Forecast" is also highly recommended viewing.
 Forecast  - a short documentary created by Tim Sessler
"Forecast" - a short documentary created by Tim Sessler
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