In today’s video I will show you a glimpse of New York during the Christmas/New Years Eve time. I hope you enjoy watching this kind of content because I really enjoy filmmaking and in future hope to do something in the whole film production process. Please leave your feedback down below, I would really appreciate it. Thank you!
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Christmas in New York can be crazy! Especially with so many people around, but it’s very special! hope you enjoy watching this as I show you the main christmas tree at Rockefeller, Bryant Park, some Christmas Store decorations and more. Next week will also be the times square ball drop because on times square new years eve ball drop 2016 happens in such a crazy way! This year for 2015 – 2016 ball drop on Times Square, andNew Years Eve on Times Square more than 1 million gathered around!
New Year’s Eve – New York City (12.31.14)
Music by: Lights & Motion “We Are Ghosts (Alternate)” – (Music licensed via themusicbed.com)
The gathering of thousands of tourists and New Yorkers for the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop in Times Square was captured in this amazing time-lapse video. Highlighting the 288 new Waterford triangle crystals signifying “The Gift of Fortitude” representing the inner attributes of resolve, courage and spirit necessary to triumph over adversity.
This New Year’s Eve production was a follow up to last year’s NYE Times Square video, which produced 18,000 still frames, from two hotel rooftop locations. This year we returned to DoubleTree Times Square location and added 2 new hotel rooftop locations both on 42nd Street facing the ball from the back side on 2 different avenues east and west.
The two new rooftop locations made accessible to us thankfully by (Hilton Times Square & HGI New York Times Square Central) rounded out this video with a perfect view of the NYE Ball Drop from all 3 corners. This 2015 video was produced using over 36,000 still photo frames, more than twice the year before.
The goal this year leading up to the countdown, was to capture more of the crowd on the streets gathering and to capture the beautiful essence of the NYC skyline as it faded into the last sunset of 2014.
Special Thanks to Hilton Hotels & Highgate for hotel rooftop access.
Location 1 – DoubleTree by Hilton Suites Times Square (Rooftop and Ground Level)
Crew: Brandon Cotter | Michael Villegas | Frank Villegas
Cameras – 5D Mark iii, 5D Mark ii, Rebel t4i
Lenses – Canon 24-70mm v1, 16-35mm, 18-55mm, 70-200 f/4.0
Tripods – Manfrotto 535, 536, Sachtlor, and Benro
Timelapse Equipment – Emotimo TB3 and Promote Control
Location 2 – Hilton Garden Inn New York/Times Square Central (Rooftop)
Crew: Noel Cordero | Shiseido Ruiz
Cameras- 5D Mark iii, Canon 70d, and Panasonic GH4
Lenses – Contax Zeiss CineMod Duclos17-35mm, Zeiss Cp.2 50mm, Zeiss 100mm f/2.0, 70-200 f/4.0, Canon 45mm Tilt Shift,
Rokinon Cine 85mm, and 16mm.
Tripods- Manfrotto 536, (you have to check the name of the really big one), manfrotto 294.
Timelapse Equipment – Timelapse+ remote, Emotimo TB3
Location 3 – Hilton Times Square (Rooftop and Ground Level)
Crew: Hector Arrivillaga | Oscar Portillo Jr. | Craig Nisperos
Cameras – Panasonic GH4, 5D Mark iii, 5D Mark ii, Canon 7D, Rebel t3i
Lenses – Canon 24-70L v2, 70-200L f/2.8,15mm, 135, and Panasonic 12-35mm
Tripods – Manfrotto 536, and (2) Manfrotto 755
Timelapse Equipment – Emotimo tb3 and Dynamic Perception Stage Zero
Total Photos 36,809
Final Video: 2:21
Production Hours (10:30am to 1:30am) 14 Hours
Post Production Hours 30 Hours (Coloring/Processing 18 Hours) & (Editing 15 Hours)
Rendering/Exports (5 Hours)
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