The job sees them traveling to the hills of Northern Ireland, beaches of Barcelona, and more cities than you can count.
One series that features heavily, thanks to its extensive locations, is Game of Thrones, where you see the bloggers visit the exact spots where Jamie Lannister, Brienne of Tarth, and Arya Stark all stood.
Though many intrepid Thrones fans have trekked to Dubrovnik or Ireland to see these filming locations, what makes their images unique is using what they call “sceneframing” and holding up the stills from that location on an iPad to frame them in place.
“We saw some of those historical ones where people put up photos against today’s cityscapes and possibly even a couple TV show versions done with printed photos,” they said speaking to Mashable. “We’re not 100% certain what originally gave us the spark to try it.”
The King in the North back when he was just a curly-haired bastard with no claim to anything. Ah, how the times have changed… ? + Shot on location in Tollymore Forest Park, #NorthernIreland. + Back in 2015 we still used Satu's old iPad with the thick white edges. These days, we carry around an ASUS ZenPad 3S 10. We're really hoping to visit the remaining #GameOfThrones countries with it to bring our followers more narrow-edged #sceneframing photos of our favorite characters ???
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They’ve checked out other film locations too, like Peaky Blinders and Woody Allen film Vicky Christina Barcelona.
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Though, TBH, I’m mostly geeking out about seeing the Seven Kingdoms brought to life.