Posts Tagged "stock footage"
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Cyber Monday time, everyone! The day you can get everything you ever [...]
It seems like all we’re doing these days is telling you about MORE free stock footage! I guess that’s not [...]
After years of anticipation, our partners at Footage Firm have finally released a collection of HD virtual sets! These high [...]
We get a lot of tech support questions from our VideoBlocks users asking us to clarify the difference between NTSC [...]
When creating a documentary, film, television show or even just a school project, it is wise to be weary of talent release rules. If you fail to explain the expectations of the talent and what their image may be used for, you could end up in a slurry of legal trouble that may halt your production schedule. Take some time to read over these fundamentals of talent release so you can ensure your production goes off without a hitch.
Do the holidays have you stressing out and feeling not-so-jolly? VideoBlocks wants to spread some holiday cheer! As a gift to our devoted followers, we’ve decided to give away free stock footage clips every day between now and Christmas! It’s a holiday season miracle! Alright…it may not be a miracle, but we are excited about being able to do something nice for all of you who have been so nice to us throughout the year!
About every month our friends at Footage Firm give away free stock footage, and this month it is pretty unique! They have a new collection containing beautiful high definition footage of exotic animals in their natural habitat. This isn’t some lame footage shot in a zoo…it’s the real deal!
As we all know, video killed the radio star, and here at VideoBlocks we could not be more excited. These days if you want to make it big as an international pop star, you need some flashy music videos so MTV VJs and YouTube surfers alike can fall in love with your distinctive sense of style and over-the-top symbolism. We’ve put together some popular music videos and are giving you the free stock footage you’ll need to recreate them yourself and launch you to a life of fame and fortune!
Stock footage is used all the time in TV sitcoms since it is a cheap and easy way to transition between scenes. The editor’s goal is for you to not even notice these short clips are there at all! Typically the stock footage is of a building exterior or some other landmark that will help the audience perceive time and place. Take a look at these pictures and see if you can recognize the show just by looking at the stock footage!