Friday, November 16, 2012

1 HD Clip is the Corporate Cloud

It took me a while to capture this clip once I decided I wanted to do it.  You would be shocked at the sliver of sky this footage actually catches.  I had many failed attempts while I waited for the perfect cloud cover.  The speed of the clouds passing is also magnified, considering they only pass through a small portion of the frame.  It is enhanced by the reflection moving in the opposite direction.  Quite tricky, but it was a great chance to test out my circular polarizer.  I hope people are able to utilize this clip, and hopefully it will come in handy for some of our more "corporate video" type users.

As you may know, recently I am pushing the boundaries as far as how many media files I can associate with each clip through Archive.org.  You have the option of downloading a PhotoJPEG, H.264 or WMV file. I'd also like to go back and update all of the earlier clips and will do so eventually.  Doing so is a very big time commitment for me with the current processing power of my computer.

You can preview and download the clip by clicking "read more" below.  Happy Downloading!

A generic corporate office building mirroring the sky in it's expansive array of glass windows


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This video was shot using a Canon EOS Rebel T2i and a Sigma 24mm f/1.8 EX DG Lens



10 comments:

  1. This is fantastic I had no idea about this until the moment I discovered this blog post of yours here. And there is also one thing that I wanted to ask you. Do you happen to know how to defend your own articles from being stolen without notifying you about it?

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    1. Honestly, I don't know too much since I offer my clips freely. I do know that the web is a tough place if you plan to showcase your work. I would suggest watermarking with a small graphic or text overlay any video you might upload to YouTube. Even though I offer my clips for download through Archive.org, a lot of people will just use a third-party downloader and get them through YouTube. You can also specify specific types of Creative Commons attributions that might fit your need if you do plan on offering clips for people to use but require a reference to you or your site.

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  2. Awesome footage. Used it in a "cloud video" entitled, "Drama in the stratosphere"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aEri6GDFvE

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  3. Hi I'm an amateur musician, may I use some of your clips as background with my song and upload on youtube ?

    thanks and praise for your jobs !

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    1. You sure can! Feel free to share your work when you are done. I'd love to see it!

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  4. i really do appreciate and love what your doing.tanx a lot big time

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  5. I'm not finding the 'read more' to download. :-)

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  6. Sorry if this is silly. I love your clips and would love to download them but the 'read more' option to download isn't here? How can I download these?

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    1. Sorry, the "read more" apples when you are reading the article from the blog's main page. The download links are under the YouTube preview.

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  7. Thank you for everything. I used several videos to use them as a background on my new video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxO94R-0phU

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