I recorded this amazing Dent Head Viaduct footage back in 2019. It was only recently created into this 1-hour relaxing video. The footage has been edited together with a long-playing piece of my ambient drone-style relaxation music. The result is perfect for relaxation, meditation and sleep.
Dent Head Viaduct is a railway viaduct on the Settle–Carlisle line in Dentdale, Cumbria, England. It was built between 1869 and 1875 for the Midland Railway Company and was constructed from huge blocks of Dent marble. The viaduct stands at 100 feet (30 m) high and 596 feet (182 m) long with ten arches that each span 45 feet (14 m) across. It is an impressive landmark surrounded by the beautiful Yorkshire Dales countryside.
Using My Footage
There are 16 clips in this set of Dent Head Viaduct aerial footage. The featured video above demonstrates some of them. My footage is available to license for use in personal or commercial projects. This drone footage is in 4K at 30FPS. This enables you to zoom/crop if you need HD footage and the frame rate allows you to slow down the footage to 80% to achieve 24FPS. It is shot using the D-Cinelike setting for a flatter colour profile so that you can use your grading preference. The footage has not been coloured graded or altered. All files are MP4.
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The preview files are heavily compressed to reduce their size and prevent unauthorised use. These files are for assessment purposes only and can be downloaded and shared to assess suitability for use in your project.