Video production equipment we are working with

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In our lifetime of stock video production, we have changed and worked with many different pieces of equipment. Our most favorite was and will always be video shooting with Canon 5D Mark III in a combination of Magic Lantern cDNG RAW.

Faster way to Prepare Metadata for Shutterstock Stock Footage Agency

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Video production of stock footage is not time-consuming only in post-production, but getting valuable files online. Uploading and adding metadata to stock video agencies can be very stressful and a full-time job. That is why many shortcuts and tools exist to

April 2017 favorite video stock footage files sold via all stock agencies

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This year April was a real joke from all stock footage agencies.  Way different than March 2017. It rarely happens that agencies switch their roles as a primary and secondary income source. This time it was the first time that Pond5 ($1453) exceeded

5 Reasons Why We Promote Stock Footage from Pond5

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Just to clarify, we aren’t promoting our Pond5 stock footage because they anyhow give us any benefits or exclusivity. We don’t receive anything more than anyone else selling on Pond5. And that is 50% income commissions. We are promoting Pond5 even

5 Reasons Why To Shoot Stock Footage in Nearby Locations

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Video production of stock footage can be very expensive and doesn’t necessarily return the costs. Traveling abroad with planes and ships can even get more expensive if you want to shoot stock footage elsewhere. New environments can get you a

Stock Footage Used as Funny #meme

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It would be strange if stock footage wouldn’t be used for many meme images on social networks. Because stock footage and stock image databases have a big collection of interesting themes, they can be used for many occasions. We found

Uploading process to Shutterstock stock agency is a nightmare

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We are every time scared uploading to Shutterstock because of many problems using their FTP system. It is slow, with many broken files and not uploaded footage. Uploading a set of 100GB takes more days of constant uploading, which doesn’t

Why Our First Video Stock Footage Don’t Sell [Our Experience]

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We started with video stock footage in 2011. And it was extremely hard to shoot anything. Not just because we had very basic handheld video camera, but we didn’t have any idea how to shoot stock video. We even noticed

Martial Arts is not dead – our Behind The Scene story

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It was cold winter in 2015 when we had a chance to shoot some martial arts stock footage. Primary objective was to make a nice movie, which you can see above. Second objective was to shoot as many interesting stock