Enter Pyongyang: Watch Norwich photographer/filmmaker’s time-lapse video from inside North Korea’s capital
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A Norwich photographer and filmmaker has created a three-minute city video of Pyongyang in North Korea.
Rob Whitworth, 32, used a state-of-the-art hyperlapse technique he calls 'flow-motion' to showcase the capital.
Blending time-lapse photography, acceleration and slow motion, HD and digital animation, Mr Whitworth and JT Singh produced a cutting-edge panorama of a city hardly known outside Asia.
He gained his first-class honours degree in photography from the Norwich School of Art & Design, now NUA.
Currently based in Shanghai, China, his mother still lives in Norwich, and his wife's family live in Diss.
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Already this year he has worked on shoots for the upcoming 'One Planet' series for the BBC Natural History Unit, a short promotional film documenting McDonalds entry into the Vietnamese market and a 30-second introduction for a Chinese language blockbuster film.
Born in Ipswich, he grew up in Framlingham and moved to Norwich to study.
He said he would love to do a Norwich time-lapse video, but he has not received any interest from any potential British clients.