Architectural cinematography has lots of great qualities. It doesn’t mess up it’s lines, show up late, and it’s not prone to change. However, capturing architecture in a dynamic way can present challenges due to the size, form and volume of most buildings. Portions of buildings can be challenging to access, establishing viewpoints can be difficult to capture, and parallel surfaces can become substantially distorted. Thankfully, there are, literally, ways around this; drones that can fly around and capture a 360 degree view of a building. Check out this compilation of some aerial videography, covering some architecture along the High Line, shot by Arbuckle Industries.