Vortex: Tim Sessler Dizzying Short Film Explores The Streets Of NYC With A Rotating Camera

Visual storyteller Tim Sessler recently spent 48 hours shooting in New York City with an iPhone 8 and the new Freefly Movi gimbal. What resulted is Vortex, this 1.5-minute short film in which the world continually turns. ‘The goal was to have a more grounded view of the city … While the spinning camera was the perfect way to capture the feeling we were trying to evoke, the idea was to portray the buildings as the foundation – the body and bones – of all of it. Yet the people are the ones that really suck you into it and create the pulse and flow of the city and help to create the overstimulating element in our piece.’ – Tim Sessler

Vortex: Tim Sessler dizzying short film explores the streets of NYC with a rotating camera

Vortex: Tim Sessler dizzying short film explores the streets of NYC with a rotating camera

Vortex: Tim Sessler dizzying short film explores the streets of NYC with a rotating camera

Vortex: Tim Sessler dizzying short film explores the streets of NYC with a rotating camera

Vortex: Tim Sessler dizzying short film explores the streets of NYC with a rotating camera

Vortex: Tim Sessler dizzying short film explores the streets of NYC with a rotating camera

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