Watch Winter Walks on BBC Four from 4 January at 7pm or catch up on the BBC iPlayer. *All documentaries were filmed between January and March 2020, except Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, who filmed her walk November.
Filming shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, Chadwick made the series Winter Walks for BBC England and its five episodes were broadcast in January 2021 on BBC Four. This used the same filming technique but a different walker for each episode.
Winter Walks was made for BBC England and produced by Cy Chadwick at Atypical. All documentaries were filmed between January and March 2020, except Baroness Sayeeda Warsi's, who filmed her walk November.
Artist Shanaz Gulzar explores her home county of Yorkshire in a new four-part series for the BBC called Yorkshire Walks which starts later this month. Shanaz uses her artist's eye to give a unique and immersive view of the county using a 360-degree selfie-style camera to film herself and everything around her.
The BBC are running a short series of walks featuring a walker, country scenes, and some form of selfie stick held 360deg camera. They're shown early evening on BBC Four, and tomorrow may be the last in the present series.
This unique series was mostly shot pre-lockdown* by the presenters themselves on hand-held 360-degree cameras, so audiences get an intimate and immersive view of each of the walks, mixed in with stunning aerial images.
Artist Shanaz Gulzar explores her home county of Yorkshire in a new four-part series for BBC Four called Yorkshire Walks. Shanaz uses her artist's eye to give a unique and immersive view of the county using a 360-degree selfie-style camera to film herself and everything around her.
Shanaz Gulzar is a British visual artist. She specialises in stage design and digital and installation work and has been a producer at the Manchester International Festival. She was born in Keighley, West Yorkshire, and gained a degree in fine art at Leeds Metropolitan University in 1995.
Try walking briskly at a 3 to 3.5-mph pace (walking a mile in 17-20 minutes), beginning with 10 minutes per day for the first three weeks. Slowly increase the time you walk by 5 minutes per week until you are able to walk 30 minutes per day, six days per week. If you are already in good shape, start at this level.
The sticks that are Bluetooth-enabled, which pair with your iPhone or Android phone and let you press a button on the handle to take a photo. The sticks that plug into your smartphone's headphone jack, which also let you take a photo with the press of a button on the handle.
360 cameras use fish eye lenses to capture around 200 degrees of image per lens. Combined each lens will capture around 400 degrees which, obviously, includes some overlap. After the footage is captured software will work out where this overlap is and work to make the image seamless.
A 360 camera, also known as an omnidirectional camera, has a 360-degree field of view so that it captures just about everything around the sphere. 360 cameras are needed when large visual fields need to be covered, such as shooting panoramas.
Bullet time (also known as frozen moment, dead time, flow motion or time slice) is a visual effect or visual impression of detaching the time and space of a camera (or viewer) from those of its visible subject.
Old injuries, like a sore knee, are likely to flare up. Increased risk of injury: Soreness from overtraining can lead to bad form and posture while walking, which can then lead to an increased risk of injury. Sore or injured joints are also at more risk for a sudden, severe injury than they would be with proper rest.
Following the introduction of the CRoW Act the Yorkshire Dales National Park now contains over 120,000 hectares of open access land, covering 60% of the park. This land is available for such activities as walking, climbing, and running; however, cycling, horse-riding, and the use of motor-vehicles are not allowed.
Get to know this 2.6-mile loop trail near Aysgarth, North Yorkshire. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 1 h 1 min to complete. This trail is great for birding, hiking, and walking.