Ultra-HD San Francisco Fly Over

From the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz to the Bay Lights at night, see the Bay Area's most iconic locations like you've never seen them before. Shot in 4K/"Ultra-HD," Teton Gravity Research presents the first footage from their new RED Epic-equipped gyrostabilized camera platform: The GSS C520. The GSS C520 is a portable 5-axis system that houses a range of leading digital cinema cameras, like the Epic and Sony F55, while also capable of integrating future advancements in camera technology.

Directed by: Todd Jones

Aerial DP: Carston Bell

First AC: Brian Wulf

Editor: Blake Campbell

Produced by: Teton Gravity Research

Guardian of the Golden Gate Bridge

A short video about a CHP officer that helps people who think about ending their lives while on the Golden Gate Bridge. Suicide is NOT a permanent answer to temporary problems!

If you or someone you know needs help, call 1-800-273-8255.

San Francisco Time Lapse (Empty America)

The "Empty America" series begins in San Francisco. From the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman's Wharf to Lombard Street to Ghirardelli Square to the Bay Bridge - get a good look at some of San Francisco's most iconic landmarks (wiped empty of tourists and traffic).

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"Empty America" (a Thrash Lab special made by Ross Ching - http://rossching.com/)

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Funny video of how a seagull stole my GoPro, flew over the water in front of Golden Gate Bridge and how the camera incredibly managed to survive, recording everything!

A flying video from a seagull's mouth!

A San Francisco sunset I will hardly forget...

Building the Golden Gate Bridge

Prelinger Archives - Bethlehem Steel

Great footage from 1930s of the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge in every phase of construction.

Stock shots of completed bridge; informative narration; explanative illustrations illuminate bridges dimensions and other structural aspects of design.

05:01:00:13 VS statue of Joseph Strauss, Chief Engineer of the Golden Gate Bridge in front of Golden Gate Bridge.

05:02:22:26 Graphic illustration in red and white of San Francisco Bay area animated to highlight San Francisco, Marin and the Golden Gate passage. Narration explains necessity for the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge.

05:02:59:10 Illustration animated to highlight dimensions of the Golden Gate Bridge. Center span tower to tower 4200 feet. Side-spans each 1125 feet. Roadway 250 above water.

05:06:42:18 Pan up rendering of single Golden Gate Bridge Tower; arrows indicated dimension of tower.

05:07:57:23 VS craning in large steel sections of the Golden Gate bridge off boat in San Francisco Bay.

05:26:10:08 Pan down from north tower of Golden Gate Bridge to view down empty newly completed bridge; fade in spinning newspaper to CU San Francisco Chronicle headlines "100,000 Cross Span", "Gateway to An Empire", Pedestrians Jam Structure from Morning to Night."

05:26:24:29 VS Golden Gate Bridge inauguration and ceremonial first crossing.

The Bridge

The mythic beauty of the Golden Gate Bridge attracts numerous tourists, but also those who are drawn to it for but one final time.

The Golden Gate Bridge

National Geographic documentary on the building of the historic landmark and its current retrofitting operation to survive a killer quake and last into the future. RT 47:06.

Golden Gate Drop

You're on top of the Golden Gate Bridge with what else but water balloons.

Nail everything in sight but avoid Grandma, the cops, and the seagulls.

American Mile Markers

Join Matt Frondorf as he drives from the Statue of Liberty to the Golden Gate Bridge, his camera clicking at every mile.