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Skyworks expands its archive to South Africa

UK-based prodco Skyworks, which specializes in HD aerial filming, announces it is expanding its archive footage through a major shoot of the whole of South Africa from the air. This announcement follows Skyworks' assignment to film parts of the country for one of the three new series of Walks for the BBC. When the shoot is complete Skyworks will have footage of landmarks such as Drakensberg Mountains, Kruger National Park, Robben Island and Table Mountains as well as the host cities of the World Cup to add to its archive of almost 100,000 high quality landscape shots.
November 11, 2009

UK-based prodco Skyworks, which specializes in HD aerial filming, announces it is expanding its archive footage through a major shoot of the whole of South Africa from the air. This announcement follows Skyworks’ assignment to film parts of the country for one of the three new series of Walks for the BBC. When the shoot is complete, Skyworks will have footage of landmarks such as Drakensberg Mountains, Kruger National Park, Robben Island and Table Mountains, as well as the host cities of the World Cup, to add to its archive of almost 100,000 high quality landscape shots.

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