- published: 13 Oct 2017
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A storm that I was following via radar was clearly heading for Omaha and I had about 30 minutes from when I got off work to when it hit. Luckily I made it across town to the Harrah's Casino parking lot and was able to setup the a shot in time to see it develop over Omaha. Unfortunately the high winds and rain knocked over my tripod ending the shot slightly sooner than I had hoped. After the storm there were some extreme downpour rains and low fast moving clouds that I shot while I continued to watch my radar in case another storm rolled in. Video Licensing please go to https://www.timelapseomaha.com/licensing-timelapse/ All other inquiries please go to https://www.timelapseomaha.com/contact/
A little History: In the 19th Century, Omaha was founded along the Missouri river and was immediately recognized for being a perfect location for a transportation hub between the East and the West coast. This discovery coined Omaha the nickname "Gateway to the West". A lot has happened since then, but Omaha still remains one of the leading hubs for people traveling from coast to coast and home of the Union Pacific railroad headquarters. The Story of OMAH4k: If you didn't know what Omaha's skyline looked like before this video, you'll get the chance to view it's beauty now. OMAH4k was challenging, but in the process of creating an innovative short film focusing almost entirely on a single subject, I realized the outcome was unique and worth it. I believe Omaha's skyline was the perfect subj...
A foggy morning along the Omaha city skyline on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014.
These are the top 5 tallest buildings in Omaha, Nebraska. I hope you enjoy the video and don't forget to like and subscribe! Music Credits: All music in this video is from NoCopyrightSounds (NCS) Picture Credits: All pictures in this video are from Bing Images
Before sending 2016 to the history books, a brilliant fireworks show lights up the Omaha skyline Subscribe to KETV on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyaD5 Get more Omaha news: http://ketv.com Like us:http://facebook.com/ketv7 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KETV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+ketv
Omaha's 3,000 ft. long pedestrian bridge, known as Bob, buzzes with activity night and day. Bob offers pedestrians on foot or bike a spectacular view of Omaha’s skyline and connects Iowa and Nebraska. So, get ready for a photo opp: Stand in both states at once and you're "Bobbing"!
The downtown Omaha skyline is changing before our eyes. Subscribe to KETV on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyaD5 Get more Omaha news: http://ketv.com Like us:http://facebook.com/ketv7 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KETV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+ketv
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Gateway Arch and St. Louis skyline at night and daybreak through the camera of a drone. I want to emphasize that this video is made from 100% legal drone flights. St Louis downtown airport (CPS) is Cass D from 7am until 11 pm when it reverts to class G. This is when I flew, therefore I was flying in Class G airspace. I also hold a Daytime Waiver for Class G airspace, therefore it (the waiver) is valid. Also, I did not launch, land or operate from National Park Service property, (their rules). The FAA controls the airspace above the National Park, not the National Park Service. Sectional charts, at the time of this writing, and at the time of the flights, show no restrictive areas around the Arch.