93 Minutes of 4K footage shot from the bow of the Container Ship Gunhilde Maersk as she traverses the South China Sea from Vietnam to China. Â I streamed this from my iPad to my Apple TV tonight and found it strangely relaxing to watch.
At a recent estate sale on the south side of Chicago, Jeff Altman spotted a canister of film simply labeled “Chicago” and “Print 1.” That tidbit of information was intriguing enough for Altman to drop $40 on the print.
Altman, who works in film post-production, took two weeks to inspect and fix minor issues before scanning and turning it into a digital video.
The result is this short film, a marvelous and thorough overview of 1940s Chicago, when the Wrigley and Tribune Towers were still considered modern landmarks.
7,500 feet is higher than most helicopters can fly and even higher than approaching jet traffic to New York City flies.
Make sure you click on the images to see all of the full sized shots. Â They are amazing on so many levels. Â You can find the entire series of Laforetâ€™s website.
Stuart Scottâ€™s moving acceptance speech at the ESPYâ€™s while in the middle his final battle with cancer.