Filmmaker Tim Sessler got a little bored on his flight from San Francisco to Salt Lake City, to Philadelphia. He says: "After reading through the in-flight magazine, the Sky Mall and the airplane security details from front to back, upside down and backwards, I felt it was the right moment to pull out my camera" and start taking aerial footage of the cross-country voyage. The camera? It's a Canon 5d mk3 with a 24-105mm and Nikon 50mm 1.2 lens (Tim tells us). The challenge? To keep the camera stable, using his knee, the seat, the window, etc., "while avoiding any vibration that would create some nasty rolling-shutter-wobble." A good deal more stabilization took place in post-production. When you're done watching Drift, you can check out Sessler's prior attempt at shooting aerial art here.