Placeholder Image

Subtitles section Play video

  • a drone has taken viewers into a place that some may not dare visit right now.

  • A bowling alley, the nearly minute and a half long video titled Right Up Our Alley was filmed in just one shot.

  • No cuts or edits to the original footage.

  • Director of photography with Rally Studios J.

  • Christensen explains how it was shot earlier this month in Minneapolis.

  • It's a sin to whoop, and so it's literally just a quad that it's pretty small and able to fit through small spaces.

  • And the transmitter is this camera down here, and it just goes right to the goggles and then, um, GoPro's.

  • It's getting your cinematic video at the end of the day, and obviously there's no audio you can get from it because it's a buzzing drone.

  • So everything for sound has always got to be imposed no matter, no matter what.

  • Unfortunately, the studio said it took 10 to 12 attempts over a couple hours before they had the perfect one take their patience, paid off.

  • The video footage of people hanging out bowling and succeeding at it has gone viral.

  • On the Internet Director Anthony Jascha.

  • It's more of a scene than a story, right?

  • It's not exactly It's paying the picture of kind of getting back out with the friends and a night at a bowling alley, which I think we all really miss.

  • Yeah, it just paints this picture of come and coming back to normal.

  • And we got to remember these places like Ryan, like pulling.

  • The filmmakers say they wanted to fly into the bowling alley to remind people that such businesses are in need of supports.

  • This is bowling.

  • There are rules.

a drone has taken viewers into a place that some may not dare visit right now.

Subtitles and vocabulary

Operation of videos Adjust the video here to display the subtitles

B1 bowling alley drone footage viral director

Bowling alley drone video goes viral

  • 1 0
    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/12
Video vocabulary