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About Ulrich Gollwitzer-Masch
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New at Framepool.com: The Easy License
Regardless of whether you need full video clips or only some still images, Framepool’s new feature, the Easy Licensing tool makes your life easier and is cost-effective through convenient online licensing.
The simple tool leverages our expertise in licensing to generate a price quote for the most common and standard usage needs. It saves you time and money by getting your media to you as quickly as possible!
With Easy Licensing you are just a click away from the most common footage and stills licensing packages, all of which include our guarantee for rights clearance agreements for the lifetime of your project.
Come, see and license.
“Cousteau Diver” Didier Noirot submerges with 4K into the realm of Neptune
Fulfilling his childhood dream as a scuba diver on Jacques Cousteau’s team, was the stepping stone for Didier Noirot (photos below, in the middle with Captain Jacques Cousteau) that led him into an exciting life filming the world’s oceans. His imagery can be seen in the Emmy awarded BBC documentary series “Planet Earth” produced by Mark Brownlow and David Attenborough. Today, Noirot is counted among the best underwater filmmakers in the world.
A pioneer when it comes to underwater HD cinematography, these days Noirot films with the Red Epic camera. We are very excited to be able to present his unique footage shot in 4K within the Framepool webshop.
Among other techniques, his distinctive style includes close-ups of marine animals and long steady shots. His Red camera floats through the blue underwater world as if it was a marine creature itself, following sharks, circling shoals of fish and “dances” with dolphins.
Footage from Didier Noirot on Framepool: Footage by Didier Noirot
Footage used in this showreel: footage.framepool.com/en/shots/7570898836769987079
Ulrich Gollwitzer-Masch | | Contributor Corner, Nature films, Stock Footage Highlights | 4K, 4K Ultra HD, Beauty in Nature, Coral Reef, Diving, Dolphin, footage, HD, Sea Life, showreel, stills, Stock footage, Tropical Fish, Underwater | 0 Comments
Since the first ascent of the Matterhorn by the team of Edward Whymper 150 years ago, over 500 mountaineers lost their lives. Even Whympers rope party lost the team members Michel Croz, Robert Hadow, Charles Hudson and Francis Douglas on the descent. After their overwhelming triumph on the top of the spectacular mountain they fell from the north face.
The 1200 metres high north face of the Matterhorn is besides Grand Jorasses of Mont Blanc and the Eiger north face one of the „big three“ in the Alps.
Whympers milestone first ascent was more a spontaneous act after he heard by pure chance that Jean-Antoine Carrel would start first for the ascent. He built a team and started right away on his own on July 14, 1865.
The Whymper route along the Hörnli ridge is still the most known and most frequented way to climb the astonishing landmark of Switzerland.
Come on the spectacular ridge walk to the Matterhorn.
All footage shown can be licensed on: footage.framepool.com/en/shots/1821609557175849613
New footage at Framepool: Spectacular Aerials shot by an extraordinary team.
Thomas Markert and Sven Schmid are not only engineers and filmmakers, but also extreme sports athletes and globetrotters. Our newest team of footage suppliers have created jaw-dropping HD footage with self-constructed multicopters containing active gyro-stabilized systems. No matter what terrain they are faced with, the two founders of “Aerovista” are able to handle their drones with ease and apparently have no fear of heights! Watch the reel but be aware, it’s not for the faint of heart.
Aerovista shoots with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, almost entirely in the lossless Cinema DNG Raw format. 13 stops of dynamic range make it perfect for creative color correction and showing each single detail of both snowy peaks and dark valleys.
By the way, if you prefer the raw material, you can get it from Framepool on request.
From an early age, Thomas Markert loved to build and construct remote control airplanes and rockets. As a designing engineer for aircraft engines, Thomas gained expert knowledge which he then put to use to professionally develop Aerovista camera copters.
Mountains have always been the passion of Sven Schmid. In his book “Journey into the Unknown”, Sven writes about his bicycle adventure, a trip from Argentina to Canada. Dr Schmid’s knowledge is based on many years working as design engineer in aerospace technology in Germany, the USA, and in Brazil.
Ulrich Gollwitzer-Masch | | Aerials, Contributor Corner, Nature films, Sports, Stock Footage Highlights, Technology | Action, Aerial, Alps, Backcountry Skiing, Brazil, Climbing, Drone, Extreme Sport, Extreme Sports, Germany, HD, Highline, Landscape, Multicopter, Octocopter, showreel, Slackline, USA | 0 Comments
Muhammad Ali was the ‘Greatest of all Time’ , Pelé was simply called ‘O Rei’ (The King), but Babe Ruth was the ‘Sultan of Swat’. He slammed 714 home runs over the fence, his career Slugging Percentage is still unbeaten.
Babe ‘The Bambino’ Ruth won 4 World Series with the New York Yankees. After he was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Yankees, he caused a 86-year period for the Sox without winning any title, the so-called ‘Curse of the Bambino’. There were Yankee players like Yogi Berra or Joe DiMaggio, who won more World Series, but the old Yankee Stadium owned the nickname ‘The House That Ruth Built’ for many years. His earned titles in the early 1920ies made Ruth a national, maybe world wide icon.
On May 30, 1935 he had his last Major League plate appearance for the Boston Braves and became one year later one of the first Hall of Famers in Baseball.
Ulrich Gollwitzer-Masch | | General, Sports | End of career, Framepool, Hall of Fame, history, Home Run Record, Major League Baseball, New York Yankees, showreel, Stock footage, Yankee Stadium | 0 Comments