A stunning video (above) shot from a drone flying through a bowling alley caused a sensation when it appeared online earlier this week. Captured by filmmaker and expert drone pilot Jay Christensen of Minnesota-based Rally Studios, the astonishing 90-second sequence, called Right Up Our Alley , comprises a single shot that glides through Bryant Lake Bowl and Theater in Minneapolis. The film, which has so far been viewed more than five million times on Twitter alone, was shot using a first-person-view (FPV) Cinewhoop quadcopter, a small, zippy drone that's used, as the name suggests, to capture cinematic footage. But you sure do need the piloting skills to make it happen. Christensen worked with Rally Studios' Anthony Jaska to plan the drone's flight, which was tightly choreographed to seamlessly fit with the movements of actors — customers and staff — in the scene. There was no computer-generated imagery added, with the only post-production work involving the addition of an audio track to eliminate the noise of the drone. The result is breathtaking, but how hard was it to shoot? Speaking this week to local news site Kare , Jaska and Christensen revealed it took five practice runs and about 10 takes… Read full this story
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