There were drone shots of San Francisco that looked pretty eerie. As for avoiding crowds, you need to give the magic of camerawork more credit. All
of Monty Python and the Holy Grail was filmed at one castle after the Scottish board that controlled access to historical castles reneged on allowing them access to a handful of other castles. They used different angles and times of the day for that one castle through the entire movie.
There's a neat photoshop trick for still photos; it
combines multiple photos of the same scene and removes
anything not in each image. The net result is that moving
objects are automatically removed from the final image.
I've seen one of the fountains in Rome with crowds of
people milling about, and in the final shot, all of the
people have been removed.
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