Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN)– Are you ready to see the Burj Khalifa, in Dubai, from a creative and different perspective? The Norwegian photographer, Andre Larsen, documents a video of the tower in a “crazy” style, as some have described it.
Larsen, who moved to Dubai two years ago, used an FPV racing drone to fly from the top of the Burj Khalifa to the bottom.
At first, you might think that the camera is falling from the sky, but this is only a well-thought-out plan (Watch the video above).
Larsen made sure his plane flew to the top of the tower, then tilted it perpendicular to the top, so that the plane appeared to “sink” into the entire building.
The Norwegian photographer modified the movement of the plane during its descent to avoid hitting the tower.
“I had to lie on the grass with my drone glasses when pointing straight at the top of the building,” Larsen explained, while speaking to CNN in Arabic.
The idea of this video was to capture the Burj Khalifa in the most amazing way possible, immersing yourself in the entire tower, from top to bottom.
Larsen knew that the video would be very popular after it was posted on his Instagram account. While some believed that the video clip was fake, it was liked by many, and some were surprised by the way it was filmed.
Larsen picked this field up when he moved to Dubai to work full time at one of the largest racing drone companies, and says he will continue to create creative videos like this one.