November 11, 2013 10.38 am This story is over 103 months old

Behind the scenes: The making of Lincoln Lip Dub

The making of: On the back of the successful Lincoln Lip Dub video, organisers have released a ‘behind the scenes’ feature on how the production was made.

You may remember Lincoln’s summer video sensation that showcased landmarks and Lincoln people miming to Take That songs.

BBC Lincolnshire’s ‘Lip Dub’ production has gained almost 150,000 views on YouTube since publishing.

Organisers and WEC Media have now released an inside look into how the one-take video was made.

The new video contains behind the scenes footage and the team describe the challenges they faced creating the seamless shoot.

Filming Director Helen Kuttner explains that there were many different elements that all needed to be tied together simultaneously.

Primetime Media’s Steve White said: “Lincoln is very steep in places.

“We deliberately had to have a smaller camera because the angles of Steep Hill meant that the bigger camera was trying to leave the vehicle.”

The Making of Lip Dub Lincoln video ends with a message encouraging donations to the BBC Children in Need Charity.

If you missed the Lincoln Lip Dub video, you can watch it now:

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