Having never visited Yorkshire Sculpture Park I was very excited about our trip to check out Kaws and his larger than life toy sculptures that are on show at the park until June.
Upon arrival I was blown away by the scenic views looking over the valley, Yorkshire at its finest. We were also pretty lucky with the weather as there were blue skies and fast moving clouds, perfect for hyperlapses. It was however very cold and after a couple of hours of taking photos both Chris and I were ready to warm up in the car with the heating on full blast.
Our visit to Yorkshire Sculpture Park was short and sweet as we focusing on shooting hyperlapses of Kaws sculptures but I am very keen to return and explore everything the park has to offer very soon. Just waiting for another sunny day so I can experience the park at its best.
Back at the studio Chris and I got to work converting the RAW sequences into colour corrected JPG sequences so that we could start work on the edit. As it was a personal project I wanted to keep things moving quickly so kept the length of the video short which ensured the level of quality people are used to with Big Blue Whale videos whilst keeping the edit time down to only 1 day. For a quick personal project I am very happy with outcome. I learnt some important lessons whilst shooting and have some additional post production elements I want to add for even smoother hyperlapses to the next project.
If you have not visited Yorkshire Sculpture Park or seen Kaws truly amazing sculptures then I highly recommend that you do so sooner rather than later. You will not regret it!