Saturday, January 30, 2016

1 Completely Free Stock Footage Clip to Make up for Me Being Flaky

Happy New Year everyone!  It has been a while since I last posted. The holidays were busy, and the new year started up the same, but I am happy to have found time to upload another clip. During the past 2 months, I've tried to capture a bunch of things, and most of them didn't work out to my liking.  That is part of the reason why you haven't seen too much. I've decided to go simple and grabbed something that compliments one of my most popular offerings. This time though, the snow is falling in real time and the camera has been pointed up so the flakes come down toward the lens.  This shot is 100% practical, so there is no pre-comped matte or alpha channel. You shouldn't have many issues overlaying onto another clip though using some layer blending options in your editor. Hope you like it and I hope it helps!

You are welcome to use this video in your projects you are working on, or keep it in your clip library for future work.The only thing you cannot do is turn around and offer it AS stock footage. Have fun with it!

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

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This video was shot using the Sony NEX-FS700 and a Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM Lens with a Metabones EF to NEX Speedboster Adapter


  1. Yeah man, the faling snowflake is the wrong video its all the ladybug

  2. Oh jeez. Sorry! i'm on mobile at the moment but will double check and fix the links ASAP!

  3. Thats np, just fyi the first link is fine but its the two others that are wrong

  4. Thanks for sharing it, i really like your work. The special work of stock video is awesome.

    Stock Video

  5. Hi, Just want you to know that I'm using the falling snow effect in my new book trailer. Fabulous! Quick, easy to use and a real addition to a book about Alaska. Watch for it: "Indecent Exposure," by Jonathan Thomas Stratman