Recently travelling through northern New Hampshire, I was driving along the Ammonoosuc River shortly before sunset. This short video is a compilation of shots all filmed that evening along the river. The key scene is a dolly move along a metal bridge.
Driving that evening, I was looking for photo opportunities along the river when I spied the new bridge next to the old bridge. Then I noticed the long smooth railing and and remembered that I had the CineMover dolly with me.
The CineMover is an inexpensive dolly created by J.G. Pasterjak. Take a look for yourself here:
The CineMover is designed with vertical wheels and horizontal wheels, ideal if you have a long flat rail with a square profile. However this railing here did not entirely favor the CineMover as the railing shape is basically a half oval. There is nothing here to insure that the wheels track straight. Additional care was required because the rail had a significant dent that could easily cause the rig to jump a bit. But after several attempts, I managed to keep the rig mostly level along the 12 or 15 feet of uninterrupted rail; this move is not flawless, but it is pretty nice shot!