General Footage


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25 comments:

  1. Superb quality.

    How do you get such low noise with the t2i. I have the same cam but noise levels tend to be high in low light even with my 50 1.8

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    1. For the really low light shots, like the Fire Truck ones, I use a plugin called NeatVideo (http://www.neatvideo.com/) for Premiere. This was probably the best investment I have ever made. It does a remarkable job reducing noise as long as you have a large enough reference space (an area that is the same color with little detail change). If you have a way to send a small clip 5-10 seconds to beachfrontprod@gmail.com, I'd be happy to process it and return it to you to see that noise change. Hope this helps!!!

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    2. I agree, NeatVideo is the best plugin I've ever bought, and probably the least expensive too! Great footage by the way, I'm bookmarking your site.
      Thanks!
      -Stephen

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    3. I have to say that your site is one of the finest places for filmmakers to go for High Quality Footage especially since many of us are working with no budget for our projects. I would like to suggest a video tutorial on how to use the neat video plug in. I have it for both adobe and for sony vegas pro and it is very helpful, but I am not getting the same quality from my t3i that you are and would love to see your process. Again thank you for your hard work and for this site.

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  2. Wow. I found this clip a good match for a concept that I have had for a long time.

    Thank you so much for your video clips! Will be using them for a few ideas in the future too. All credits will shout out to you.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=TWkPiMPsimY&list=PLOxKbOGrVmnY4B1PkMiZlofDUTSBzIt5f



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  3. Wow thanks for your footage! we are using it for a class project =]

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  4. hello i use the shoes on the wire shot. for a music video i made
    http://youtu.be/CmFhZytBNuQ
    and my teacher was happy that i completed my film (it's a high school ROP film class)
    but i what to enter it into some film festivals. can I?

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    1. You are more than welcome to enter your film in to festivals. The only thing you can't do with my clips, is turn around and offer it AS stock footage. Adding it to your own work and shoppin it around is perfectly fine. Good luck!

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  5. I'm using your lovely film strip video in my first go at a Kickstarter video. Let me know if you're not comfortable with the project subject and I'll find other video to use. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtjsyJ3_6Hk

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  6. Greetings,
    I'm planning to use your 8mm film leader clip as a background layer for a licensed Brand contest. It will be layered under the title card. The contest organizers have asked for a link to evaluate the permissions to use you footage. Is that ok with you?

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  7. Hi there,

    I just want to say a massive thankyou for all your amazing work - I've been dreaming about making a music video for years and thanks to you I finally have one!

    http://youtu.be/FRJH39JlOUA

    I really hope I have done your footage justice - if you want me to make any adjustments just let me know.

    Once christmas is paid for I'll send a donation your way, and there will be facebook and google+ posts a plenty. What is the best way to credit you on youtube? Shall I put your website in the description, or perhaps link to your clips on youtube? Anyway I can promote your stuff just let me know.

    If you ever need anything audio (music, sound design, background recordings etc) please let me know ...I owe you big time!

    Thankyou so much!
    Aidan Pinsent

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  8. Hi Beachfront,

    I found your work by accident and like it very much. I have clients that would like to use some of your footage as backgrounds for some of their informational messages. Does the CC license allow them to upload your videos for free?

    Tks

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    1. As long as they don't turn around and offer the clips AS stock footage, they can use it in whatever project they have. Hope this helps! Thanks for your kind words!

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  9. great job!comrade

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  10. I found your video clips by accident and I'm glad I did. As a novice book trailer maker, I found your videos easy to work with. Thanks!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW4mY1aUOuE

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  11. Hi, just wanted to say thank you for making this amazing footage available to the public! I used some of your footage in my video on youtube, you can view it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjfnHzxIwjo

    :) thanks

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  12. I think I may just love you a little. :) So talented and helpful. Thank you so much for being so generous your work is exquisite .
    I've used some of this footage and with your technical advice and help hope to someday create moving images as beautiful as yours.

    Irish Girl

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  13. Keep up the good work! Awesome photography! Is it possibile to use your free footages in a music video ???

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  14. I can not thank you enough for what you are doing, the footage is awesome and love how you have opened this up to the public. You definitely have my youtube subscription and I will be spreading the word to fellow editing friends and coworkers of mine.

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  15. Keep up the good work! Awesome photography!

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  16. Hello,
    I really appreciate your work, I like how your videos on youtube lack an intro/endcard. Just straight forward.

    Howerver, I found recently this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6apA3BEvKaQ

    I just wanted you to know. Did you agree on this?

    Cheers!

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  17. Amazing, amazing work. I intend to use one of your videos above for my Youtube Channel which i'll credit. The channel is about mixes to be frank, one of the videos will be used to emphasize the music but not take the whole attention from the listener/viewer. I think this kind of footage is perfect, short and of the highest quality.

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  18. Really enjoyed this post.Thanks Again. Want more.

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