The subject matter is very challenging for the Canon 7D it was shot with because of all the lovely brickwork, tiles, cobbles etc. Our full raster razor sharp Sony EX3 (and/or recent Canon Cinema EOS C100) would have been much better cameras for this specific subject matter/wide shot types - but on the whole it mostly came out OK.
At least having a small and highly mobile camera enabled me to capture enough video material for this unplanned web quickie in the very limited time I had back then. Note also the ending shots en-route home at the well known Hare Arms near Downham Market.
This short is set to (extracts of) 'Lost Paradise Chilled', some royalty/copyright free music purchased for corporate video work by my company, Shooting Image Ltd. See more of my work on our website, shootingimage.co.uk.
Hope you enjoy my very quick look at the beautiful architecture of King's Lynn!
Just an update to say that this film was chosen by the BBC to be part of the BBC Norfolk Film Festival during October 2010 and showed on the big screen at The Forum in Norwich all day and every day for a month. The theme was People, Places and Everyday Life.
In 2012 it was also used by a Norfolk school (with prior permission) by students during some media study classes.