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May092013

Raisch Studios time-lapse photography to be featured in One World Trade Center documentary with the Smithsonian.

Pipeline39 Entertainment, Discovery International, Smithsonian have included Raisch Studios to film the final stages of the completion of One World Trade Center. The one hour documentary film is the second installment of the 2011 production The Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero'. Raisch Studios' work will feature various sequences of the two year collection of time lapse photography. 

@ Raisch Studios 2012-2013

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