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Top 17 Free Attractions in New York

Video Travel Guide in 8K Super UHD.
 

This film shows attractive views of New York, such as Statue of Liberty and Manhattan skyline, Pacific streets, famous place, The High Line, Grand Central Terminal, 34th street, Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn Bridge Park, Manhattan Financial District, The 9/11 Tribute Lights, Times Square, Central Park, 42nd Street, Wall Street, New York Public Library, Bryant Park, New World Trade Center.

This film displays an ability to make a "top places" short clip, with a low production cost and an attractive image. The primary purpose of these movies is to provide some information about a Travel Destination, which can be used by a Travel Agency. At the same time, these videos can also be used as background video for businesses.

 

These videos are made using Time Lapse, smooth Hyper Lapse, and motion control technology to create this breathtaking image. A similar video could be shot in real time with a camera dolly (rail). To see an example of our usage of distinguished camera movement in real time, watch “Story 4: Central Park of New York”.

 

8K Super UHD video, 7680×4320. Shoot 14 stop, RAW shoot

Mastered to:  Apple ProRes 4444 12 bit 

For cooperation contact Nataliya Denisyuk

We offer your travel agency to create 2-4 similar travel guides per month.

This will allow you to gain an advantage over other agencies. Show you as a travel destination expert, to get new customers from platforms, like YouTube, and in case of using 8K format - get an image of an innovative company.

Top 17 Free Attractions in New York
Manhattan Skyline. New York
Irving Pl. New York
Battery Park and Wall Street
Madison Square and Flatiron Building
The High Line
Grand Central Terminal
34th Street
Brooklyn Bridge Park. Manhattan.
Little W. Street
Manhattan Financial District
The 9/11 Tribute Lights
Times Square
Central Park
42nd Street
Wall Street
New York  Public Library.Bryant Park
Freedom Tower.New World Trade Center
New World Trade Center