Tune into BBC One to watch the new 3 part series of Sacred Wonders which we recently provided drone filming for.

Find out what people do for faith in the most spectacular sacred places on the planet. The series first aired on the 7th of August but you can still catch up on iPlayer. Further episodes are being broadcast Wed 14th and 21st at 9pm. Find out more here.

We captured some amazing aerial views of the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir temple with an Inspire 2 and the X7 camera which was ideal for this type of production. As there were some tricky wind conditions the crew came up with an innovative way to carry out fully stabilise close up shots using the same drone and one our Segway units with the shots framed separately by the drone gimbal op. It was a great way to showcase some of the trickier low level detail shots of the stunning architecture. This unique combination achieved the desired result on the day and created yet another use of the Inspire 2 and X7

Take a peak behind the scenes of our crew in action.

Segway & Drone

 

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Contact us on 0208 166 9712 or email us below and lets have a chat.

 

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