Framepool offers over 40.000 World Heritage video clips online. Hidden places like the volcanoes of Kamtschatka, but also famous ones like the Great Wall of China, the Taj Mahal or the Hagia Sophia of Istanbul. 25.000 minimum HD and 5.500 unique and extraordinary premium aerials filmed by the best camera men and women with state of the art technology. Most of them with the possibibilty to license them exclusively as Rights Managed footage, with a spectacular and special perspective or camera movement… Go to your premium World Heritage footage supplier:
Cineflex is a technology that allows shooting of stabilized aerials footage.
It’s not a really rewarding task to write a blog post about New York. Where to start, where to end? This megapolis offers so much fascination, diversity, variety and adventures – impossible to write about all this in just a few words. Better let the most populous city in the United States speak for itself – enjoy our Cineflex aerials!
Oh yes, this video material is pretty new. Who says that a stock footage collection doesn’t keep up with the times? As soon as the construction work on the One World Trade Center will be finished, our filmmakers will be there again. And maybe we will write a blog post about that, let’s see…
Wildly controversial at first, today universally regarded as an emblem of the city of Berlin:
With the opening of the Berlin Philharmonic hall on October 15th in 1963, a long period without concert house came to an end for the music-loving Berlin citizens. It took almost 20 years from the destruction of the old philharmonic hall during World War II until the opening of the new building. After initial criticism, the new „Berliner Philharmonie“ (designed by Hans Scharoun) quickly became an example of modern architecture in Berlin and a symbol for the reconstruction of Germany after the war. Today, as an elementary part of the Berlin „Kulturforum“ and its vicinity to the Potsdamer Platz, the new Philharmonic hall still represents the modern Berlin – and has become a model for many others all over the world.
Thankfully, numerous initiatives have been adopted by the film, broadcast and advertising industries to reduce the toxic emissions of C02 in film production. Greenpeace recently realized a video about CO2 dangers with Framepool footage.
Framepool is pleased to be part of the film community’s effort to ensure a more healthier planet by introducing The Green Cart – license videoclips online and protect the environment. The use of stock footage helps you run a more climate friendly, ecological and economical production.
Stephan Bleek | | Good to know, Nature films, Press Area | 4K Ultra HD, Cineflex, CO2, emission, environment, Europe, film, film production, footage, Framepool, Green, Green Cart, green producing, greenpeace, HD, historical Footage, Stock footage, USA, Video | 2 Comments