Free Slow Motion Stock Footage from Footage Firm

We always like to alert you when there is a good deal at hand, and our friends at Footage Firm have created yet another free stock footage offer that you should pick up! They have a 9 disc collection of free slow motion stock footage that will blow you away! It was all shot on a HD Phantom Gold camera, which is worth about $150,000! So considering you can get this top notch footage for just $8.41 shipping and handling, you know this is definitely a deal not to pass up! 


(Never used a slow motion stock footage clip before? You can test one out for free! Download your free slow motion stock footage clip by clicking here!


They have a wide variety footage topics available in this collection. I really like the Liquid Textures collection because it is so beautiful and so versatile. You can use this footage as moving backgrounds, textures in After Effects or even simply as a meditation video. It is very calming and absolutely gorgeous. 

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I also love the Falling Objects collection, mostly because of its unique nature. Simple items like buttons and gum drops look brilliant falling in slow motion across a black background. These would make really cool backdrops for opening titles to a short film! 

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If you want to pick up these collections for yourself, follow this link to All you have to pay is $8.41 shipping and handling for each disc! That is quite a deal considering a collection like this would typically cost well over $2,000. They have lots of other free stock footage collections too, so make sure to check out their entire collection! 


If you want to try using a free slow motion stock footage clip in your next project, here is a free one to test out! Just click on the link below to download your free slow motion stock footage clip



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