These beautiful images were captured for an episode of the BBC’s Natural World natural history strand. The episode, The Wild Places of Essex, was shot on the Red One camera, posted in Final Cut and graded in FCP’s Color, producing results with comparable detail and colour reproduction as the most expensive top-end acquisition and post kit.

Bristol post house Inc. worked on the episode, produced by AGB Films and shot by BAFTA nominated cameraman Robin Cox.

The doc, first shown on the BBC last month, explores the "unexpected landscapes and natural history of Essex, revealing far more than white stilettos and boy racers". It has since been entered into the single doc category of the BAFTAs and also entered for five Craft awards.

Staff Reporter

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