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Kansas City, MO: Paris of the Plains

Posted by Infra on Friday, March 13th, 2015

Please watch in Fullscreen & HD with sound for best quality.

Paris of the Plains is a timelapse I’ve been working on periodically for a little over a year now. With the recent growth in popularity of Kansas City, I thought it was fitting to show just a fraction of the beauty it holds in a more unique way.

The sequences used in this video were all shot on the Canon 6D and various lenses. Motion control was made possible by the amazing Dynamic Perception Stage Zero dolly system.
DynamicPerception.com

Music:
A timelapse wouldn’t be complete without an awesome track to cut the footage to. Here in Kansas City we are fortunate to have an extremely talented Zane Callister of Young Collective. It was really important to me to choose a local artist, and I’m lucky to have found Zane. The song is only a part of his amazing track The Faint Dotted Line. You can find more about Zane and Young Collective over at ZaneCallister.com

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