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:
This Earth Day, we want the whole world to love Earth even harder.
Using stock footage helps save the environment a vast amount of CO2. And you don’t have to cut back on quality. We have the whole world available from Film, HD to 4K. So you can see Mother Nature like you’ve never seen her before.
Splendidly stage-managed by the agency McKinney, with sexy footage from Framepool:
Susanne Lehnert | | Good to know, Nature films | 2016, 4K, 4K Ultra HD, CO2, environment, film, footage, Framepool, Green Cart, green producing, HD, Landscape, Space, Stock footage, Video | 0 Comments
To what extent do publications bear a legal risk, if people are depicted in an image accidentally? A common rule is: if individuals in public places are only a circumstantial part of an image, are interchangeable, and not the focus of the image, the personality rights of those people may not need to be cleared for many image uses.
The rule is different if specific individuals are, for example, singled out of a gathering of people. In such a case, we identify such a footage clip on our website with an indicator. The clip still can be used for a variety of projects, but if unsure, Framepool can help with estimating the risks or by taking over the liability against an indemnification fee.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions.
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, Nature films, Sports, Technology | Action, Aerial, Alps, Backcountry Skiing, Climbing, Drone, Extreme Sport, Extreme Sports, HD, Highline, Landscape, Multicopter, Octocopter, Slackline | 0 Comments
Just recently we wrote about the “renovations” in our content library. We enhanced our storage capacities quite extensively to be ready for new material and, especially, the 4K revolution. After all, the benefits of 4K are obvious: unprecedented levels of resolution and contrast and, ultimately, a much more dynamic, engaging and immersive entertainment experience. So why go for just good material, when you can have the best at Framepool.com? 50.000+ shots are already available in 4K, with a lot more to come each day…
Currently we are working behind the scenes, to make it as easy as possible for you to directly search, find and order our 4K content. Admittedly, most of the work is really fun – the great quality of the content lets us dream of impressive cities and wonderful landscapes, animals under water and in the wild, nice people and great extreme sports adventures. The biggest difficulty is to remain seated…
Have you ever been to Neuschwanstein Castle? If so, what do you remember the most? The great architecture, the lovely surroundings – or the vast amount of tourists from all over the world? If you think of the latter in the first place, then our new video is for you: We take you onto a flight over one of the most popular and beautiful places in the world. You have enough time to enjoy, nobody will jostle against you, there’s no need to buy any entry ticket or wait up to five hours in a queue. Like this, sight-seeing becomes a pure pleasure…
Aloha! Our new trailer celebrates the accession of Hawaii as 50th state to the US on August 21th 1959. It’s also an homage to one of the most popular holiday regions in the world – just relax and enjoy the beauty of the nature…