25 Stock Footage Clips for an Epic New Year’s Eve
Is it 2017 yet? Almost—huzzah!—but first we need to give the oh-so-adored 2016 a proper send off. It’s the one night of the year you can pair gold, glitter, and a Don Draper attitude without crossing the line into tacky-town. Will your New Year’s celebration be as extravagant as your expectations? Maybe. But we’re more concerned with how you’ll capture the night’s festive and let-loose spirit, not how much fun you’ll be having. Actually, we care about that too, which is why we’re here to help.
Though your memories of the evening may be dim as the dawn of 2017 breaks, it doesn’t mean that your New Year’s productions should lose their light. We’ve rounded up our top celebratory stock footage to supplement your New Year’s creations.
Fire in the Sky
What’s a New Year’s Eve party without fireworks? But’s it’s really hard to relive the magic of the evening through those blurry videos everyone posts on their social media every year—as if no one has ever seen a fireworks show before. And you’re above that.
Capturing those epic explosions of light, fire, and pure excitement isn’t the easiest of tasks. How do you adjust your exposure, choose the perfect lens, or pause an evening of fun just to get your gear set up? We have a better idea. Use our already amazing fireworks footage for your New Year’s b-Roll. Trust us—you can even take all the credit—and the quality will reign supreme.
Happy Party People
We get it. Sometimes when you see clips of beautiful people smiling and laughing over seemingly nothing, you just want to roll your eyes and move on to the next piece of footage. But there’s a reason you see advertisements and movies with these people over and over—it sells. And who’s to say you aren’t also going to look like one of these incredibly happy folks? It’s New Year’s Eve.
Everyone is going to be holding something flammable and laughing their faces off. Including you. And since you’ll be partaking in the festivities, you may not have time to capture the beautiful moment, so how about you use one of these bad boys, instead?
When celebrating New Year’s Eve, champagne can hardly be left out of the equation. Whether it’s served in a red, plastic cup or fancy champagne flutes à la James Bond—what’s a proper party without some bubbly?
However, we strongly encourage handling alcohol with extreme caution and responsibility, and therefore also encourage you to use these awesome clips from our library instead of drinking like a fish just to capture the perfect shot. See? We care.
Shiny Sparkly Things
Admit it. You’re either wearing something with glitter or know someone who is—and you’ll inevitably end up with a ridiculous amount on you by the end of night. No judgements coming from this direction.
Shiny and sparkly is New Year’s middle name. That’s why you should gild your works of art with these glittery clips. Catch your audience’s attention and dazzle. Added bonus: no residual glitter.
Party in a Box
What else feels like a party? Confetti. Balloons. Sparklers. Disco. Happiness. We’ve got those clips, too! But we mostly prefer sparklers, because we’re dangerous.
You see, New Year’s Eve is about more than just champagne and fireworks. There’s an essence to the night. It has a feeling—a certain je ne sais quoi—of newness, change, and anticipation. What will this new year bring? We know one thing for sure: killer video productions, if you stick with us.
All jokes aside, New Year’s Eve is an incredibly exciting and intoxicating holiday—although it’s tough to capture. You can dance the night away, let go of your inhibitions, and then wake up the next morning to rethink your entire life. It’s a time for possibilities and growth. So take that message of celebration and amp up your video productions. We know you can do it—and we certainly can help.
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