An award winning film which incorporates KAP

edited August 2017 in General
The Caterthuns are the site of two prehistoric hillforts perched on the periphery of the Grampian Mountains in Angus, Scotland. To climb these monuments is the best way to experience a landscape shaped by thousands of years of changing culture, and yet to witness the full complexity and scale of the hillforts requires a view from the air.


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  • Very interesting.
  • Larry,
    In relation to Kieran's work above, have a look at:
    with some familiar faces ;o)

    (You might be wondering why I left a comment of '.' !?
    I posted by mistake, could not delete, so reduced it to a '.')
  • Clever techniques. I'm reminded of Ron Howard's "Angels and Demons" where they shot video and stills in St. Peter's and the square, when the Vatican would not allow filming of a Dan Brown book there. With green screen they created credible interiors and exteriors from the material shot earlier without permission.
  • John Wells posted:
    In relation to Kieran's work above, have a look at:

    Cris Benton: GREAT WORK!!!
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