A world of challenges

Wood, David
October 2007
Televisual;Oct2007, p35
The article explores on how producers and cameraman undertake the challenges in filming in different remote locations around the world. It also discusses the effective ways that production used to counter extreme environments like freezing conditions and mountainous terrain. It features some of the documentary television shows in remote locations including "Pacific Abyss," and "Commando: On the Front Line".


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