Dropping Lead Pipe on Toe January 22, 2017
A slow motion shot of a construction worker dropping a lead pipe on his steel toed boots.
Here is a common question often asked by new stock footage producers: Does the choice of frame rate affect sales?
The answer is YES.
I started submitting stock footage to Fotolia early in my career, but stopped when they didn’t prove to be much of a player for me. That changed when I heard that Adobe was buying them and incorporating stock footage into their Creative Cloud offerings under the name Adobe Stock. That decision to start submitting new material has been beneficial, and I continue to upload clips regularly. But lately, I’ve noticed something odd about my 4K resolution files.
NEW YORK – Circa July, 2016 – An aerial view above lower Manhattan and the Freedom Tower. Shot with a Panasonic GH4 from a helicopter.
Download in 4K here: Pond5
Tilt shift time lapse of people filling up the seats at PNC Park before the Billy Joel concert on July 1, 2016.
Shot with an iPhone 6S and manipulated in Adobe After Effects CC to make it look like a miniature.