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Stock Video for Theme from the Summer of ’42

Stock Video is the term for video footage available on the Internet. The footage is mostly offered on specialized web sites, paid and sometimes for free. These websites make it easy to search for a particular subject, e.g. ''beach" or "sunset". Although it might cost a bit, flying to Los Angeles to capture some aerial views of the city will most certainly drain your wallet. Obviously you have a lot more choice if you are willing to pay, but even for free some very nice footage can be found. Sometimes a mention in the credits is required. As a kind ...
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Freebord On The Move

A Freebord is a type of specialist skateboard designed to closely simulate the behavior of a snowboard (wikipedia). This film shows close-ups from San Francisco, Colorado, Australia, Spain, Switserland and spectacular descendings in Austria, showing the "Freebord On The Move". Footage provided by Freebord, editing by Johan van Toll, CatchingFilm. The original video was in the top 12 of finalists for the Freebord Video Contest 2011. The video has now been reedited since YouTube blocked it worldwide because of the music it contained. Take a look at this spectacular sport: ...
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Stabilizer/Gimbal, a must have for the modern filmmaker

Stabilizer/Gimbal, a miracle? Look at some statistics and you'll see that the demand for professional video production is increasing. However, the deadlines are still tight. Enabling faster en more flexible filming, without a tripod while keeping up professional quality, needs a little miracle. Well, this miracle has arrived: the camera stabilizer, or gimbal. A wise business investment If a lot of action is involved then it is a good investment buying a gimbal to not miss anything worthwhile. If you are like a guerilla or a travel filmmaker you do not have the time nor the space to carry a ...
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My Own Story

Tolllogic Creative Productions & High Definition Video Moving images and sound is fascinating, can even touch us deeply. There are so many beautiful things to show. Ancient cultures and distant places, companies and their services and products, overwhelming nature, and fantastic people. Whether with photography or videography, 'mission accomplished' when the spectator gets involved. If certain details stand out or just the composition leads to the cohesion. Seeing, feeling the fusion with the music, touched. When I was young I had a photo camera and was shooting slides which could be beautifully displayed on a white screen, using a projector. (Yes, ...
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