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Great Film Using "Vertigo" Effect
This short film was made by Tim Sessler of Brooklyn Aerials and Brandon Bray of Decade. It's produced by using drones and dramatic camera movements. Flips, turns, and the "Vertigo" effect, popularized by none other than master film director Alfred Hitchcock, create the dizzying tone of this film. The "Vertigo" effect is created in camera by zooming your lens while pushing (or dollying) the camera in. It's also called the "dolly zoom".
The short film is called 'Balance'. And the filmmakers note:
"We humans we create, we work, we stay busy from birth to death and never rest. We build, aim higher, work harder, accomplish more, and to what end? "Balance" takes an abstract look at our modern world, the full and the empty spaces and time in which we live and choose to make our lives."
Check it out below.