Looking To Hire Videographers For Nature Footage

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    • #48629
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Hi, I am with a web development group (brand new to the forum), and we are looking to build HD content on one of our sites. We are looking for shooters with HD format cameras located in places that have serene natural settings. We are looking for locked off footage and will pay shooters to gather footage.

      We are looking for lots of footage and it must be long form and locked off, well framed with on board audio included.

      If anyone is interested pm me and we can discuss payment and location specifics.

      Cheers!

    • #199494
      AvatarAnonymous
      Guest

      Hi, We have some pretty serene places in Wales, the Brecon Beacons, the Severn Estuary, Snowdonia to name but three. If you are interested in footage from outside the States let me know. I can fill all the criteria you set in your post but I don’t really want to shoot in the US unless you can arrange – and pay for – flights, visa, hotel accomodation and living expenses etc :o). Can also provide such footage from France or Italy if required.

    • #199495
      AvatarAnonymous
      Guest

      Hi there,

      I live on the Norfolk Broads, UK. Often have the chance to film the sights, rivers, the coast, wildlife. I also spend my summers in New York, USA in the countryside at a place called Cold Spring. This area has lakes, waterfalls, hills, woodland and some surreal wildlife.

      Let me know if I can get anything for you.

      Steve

    • #199496
      AvatarAnonymous
      Inactive

      Hi, I spend most of my time in the Yorkshire Dales. I can get footage of famous waterfalls, idyllic streams & rivers (deep & shallow) panaramic scenes from the tops of the dales hills, caves, amimals & birds, stately homes in the distance with large grounds, lakes, etc, etc.

      Aysgarth
      Falls

      Peregrine Falcons at Malham Cove

      etc…

      Anything you need. 1080 HD footage. Email me the specifics.

      connor@glcmediaproductions.co.uk / or /g_connor@live.co.uk

      I would enjoy this shoot.

      Connor

    • #199497
      AvatarAnonymous
      Inactive

      hi,

      i live in Sydney,less thanan hour away in either direction (except east) from some fantastic natural wonders!!

      I got a Panasonic 202AEN So HD no prob! I Got a great Mobile Audio rig as well

      If you ever need Aussie Stuff… let me know!

      uiuoftheocb@gmail.com

    • #199498
      AvatarAnonymous
      Guest

      Hi, good to see some more Brits on this forum- and an Aussie too!! No doubt there are loads more butthe Broads, the Yorkshire Dales and Wales have some stunning beauty spots and as for Australia, the place is justoverflowing with em. Maybe we should pool our footage and set up an agency!!! Just a thought….

    • #199499
      AvatarAnonymous
      Inactive

      I can also get underwater footage.

    • #199500
      AvatarEarlC
      Member

      Why not share a link, and provide some kind of general idea of what the pay/agreement might be? Even a response to the replies already posted would be informative.

    • #199501
      AvatarAnonymous
      Inactive

      I am in the southeast region of tennessee,about an hours drive from the great smokey mtns.,tellico,pigeon forge,gatlingurg,etc. .

      Although I dont know exactly wat you are are seeking,I would be interested in learning more about it.

    • #199502

      What is “locked off” footage?

    • #199503
      Avatarbirdcat
      Participant

      Well – I shot this today (not a serious submission – just an unexpected visitor)

      http://www.vimeo.com/11718803

    • #199504
      AvatarEarlC
      Member

      A locked positioned tripod, no movement, tightly framed and recording what happens – solid, steady, no vibrations.

    • #199505

      Thank you EarlC. It appears birdcat’s video is not “locked off” then(camera moves). Heheh. But cool, nonetheless. What color.

    • #199506
      AvatarAnonymous
      Inactive

      Hello! My name is Lito Beltran and I’m from the PHilippines where many natural wonders can be found. I am interested in providing you with a lot of footages. Like what Earlc said, if you can provide more info about the arrangement please. Been in the video business since 1989. To date, I just acquired a brand New SONY HXR-NX5 and be glad to use it on this project.

    • #199507
      AvatarEarlC
      Member

      Bio posted and has received replies and comments but is not responding even to PMs. Why?

    • #199508
      AvatarDaryl
      Participant

      Perhaps it is not all it seems I have nature footage we will see

    • #199509
      AvatarAnonymous
      Inactive

      Who is this guy? Is he for real or just testing if there will be responses.

    • #199510
      AvatarEarlC
      Member

      It is rather frustrating that the person who posted this original thread doesn’t respond to the thread responses OR private messages. Probably gone on to other things as this likely proved too much need for some information or transparency that was not available.

      Which brings up a good thought as mentioned by others. Could be that a joint sharing forum of solid high quality footage developed by VM Forum members where individuals could ask for and offer “exchange” footage for their specific needs????

    • #199511
      AvatarDaryl
      Participant

      Perhaps they have gone to lunch

    • #199512

      FYI I PM’d them a month ago when this post started, asking what “locked off” meant. I never got a response, either. Thanks to EarlC, however, I’ve added that term to my videomaking vocab. πŸ˜‰

    • #199513
      AvatarEarlC
      Member

      Seems to me they’ve not so much focused on “locked off” as they have somehow “wandered off” somewhere. Talk about lack of response.

    • #199514
      Avatarslither
      Participant

      I love your idea of sharing footage in a forum, EarlC. I’ve got some great HD time lapse and driving footage.

    • #199515
      AvatarGrinner Hester
      Participant

      Locked off?

      We shoot video. Stills are pretty easy to come by.

    • #199516
      AvatarWildlife
      Participant

      We would be interested in supplying you with some Great Australian clips in Full HD. All our footage is of Australian nature.

      Please feel free to contact me directly via our web site at http://www.wildlifehd.org

      Regards

      Mark.

    • #199517
      AvatarSteveMann
      Participant

      Wildlife – the OP has, to the best of my knowledge, ever responded to anyone, and the post at the top is his only post on the forum.

      You do have a nice website.

    • #199518
      AvatarWildlife
      Participant

      Hi Steve,
      I thought that may have been the case.
      Anyway, still trying to work out his saying, Locked Off. It seems as if we will never find out.
      Regards
      Mark Leuschner.

    • #199519
      Avatarshastabroadcaster
      Participant

      Earl: Back to your notion of a footage co-op exchange, I like it. Given the number of locales represented here it makes sense. Not sure who would be willing to host/maintain it. When I see a 30 sec HD clip going for upwards of $500 or more I do have to wonder how much of that is going to the person who actually went out there and got the shot. It might be a good way to have your portfolio out there for all to see.

      One question, there was a reference to “Long Form” which I assume refers to Long-GOP MPEG-2 ??? I have a pair of JVC HD7s that shoot HD but deliver it in that beloved .m2p wrapper, but I discovered it imports directly to Vegas Pro. I also have the option of taking the HDMI out of the camera and feeding that to my Black Magic Intensity Pro card.

      What IS the preferred delivery format these days?

      BB

    • #199520
      AvatarEarlC
      Member

      Shasta, see my response to your question on the other post about a stock footage cooperative

      http://www.videomaker.com/community/forums/topic/cooperative-stock-production

      During a quick “research” I discovered that formats are pretty much all over the board, with PHOTO JPEG the predominant one among those I perused during a Google search.

      I thought I’d stick to that aspect of things there, rather than here, or both. Sorry.

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