The Rhythm of New York City
The Galactic Core Rising Over the Grafton Peace Pagoda
Albany Skyline Sunrise
The sky above us flows with currents, standing waves and eddies, just like a river.
90 days with a camera in two.
New from Nor'easter Films, Reanimated History. These manufactured videos are built from historic still images.
The top video is the day the Green Island Bridge collapsed into the Hudson River, March 15, 1977. Video from the time is rare.
The bottom video was built from a hand-cranked panorama of the Troy, New York waterfront and Hudson River on October 7, 1909.
Look for more Reanimated History videos and a larger project coming this Spring.
Tie Fighters Over Troy | Green Island Bridge, Troy, New York
Sunset over the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall in Troy, New York.
Clips and footage from locations in August and September.
Storm at Sunset in Greenwich, New York.
Valley Fog in Halfmoon, New York | September 28, 2017
Clips from various locations in and around the Capital Region of New York State.
Lead video for storm coverage broadcast on May 1, 2017 on WRGB CBS6.
Flooding in Mechanicville, New York.
Spring snow falling in Spa State Park in Saratoga Springs, New York on March 31, 2017
Man smoking in the rain in a doorway of Chinatown in Boston, Massa
Strong winds ahead of a severe-warned storm on March 8, 2017 in Halfmoon, New York.
It's warm here in Upstate New York. Like really warm. Right now, it's 51 degrees. This entire week is forecast to be well above average. The warm, fair weather creates the perfect conditions to capture a sunset over a frozen body of water. Meltwater creates the perfect mirror to reflect the color of the day's last light. Winter is coming to an end and storm season is coming. Last night was only a beautiful reminder.
Happy 2017 from Nor'easter Films!
Iceland is the size of Ohio, but it feels vast and wild. it The landscape is more like a playground for giants. Huge rock formations and creeping blue glaciers exist in the south with only a few roads to access them. And the farmhouses and hotels that do exist out there seem even smaller in the empty spaces. The nights are heavy with zero light pollution.
A week along the coast was an eduction. The weather there is stronger and faster than anything we had encountered before. Our third day was spent in a severe gale from which we had to take shelter in a hotel at the foot of the Svínafellsjökull Glacier. But our time on the glacier was worth any amount of travel or logistical challenge.
Footage is being reviewed and complied and more content will be available soon. -Bulmer
Video Production and Logistics | Saratoga, New York