We’ve had an incredibly busy summer this year with a wide variety of filming and photography projects. One of our largest projects was gathering the aerial footage for two BBC NI Series – “Riverland” and “Walk The Line”.
Riverland has now aired all 3 episodes (which were extremely enjoyable to watch) and this week saw the first episode of “Walk The Line” air.
The series follows the presenter, local celebrity Barra Best, on his journey to find out more about the old, often abandoned, railways that snake across the Northern Irish landscape. I think the standard of production on the program is extremely high, and it was a great honour to see our footage being featured in the program. My particular favourite shots from last night were the slow-mo scenes around the steam train. Stay tuned for a compilation of clips used in the two programs!
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