This library of Everest Footage is owned by Chris Dortch and John Farr of Stock Footage, Inc. Together they have provided stock video to many companies all around the world. Some of these companies include: Getty, Corbis, BBC, Discovery, A&E, Sony, and directly to film-makers, and ad-agencies. They also frequently provide footage to non-profit organizations.
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History of the makers of this Everest Footage
Before creating Everest Footage, Chris and John worked as Producers in various video production studios. In 1996 John Farr started Creative Media Group, Inc. (CMG). His video production studio quickly grew into a successful production house that serviced the needs of many large organizations. These include: Novell, Adobe, Microsoft, Sony Pictures, as well as broadcasting networks like BBC, PBS, CTVC, NBC, Disney, and FOX.
In 2005, Chris Dortch started a video production company called HQ Media, LLC. This company focused primarily on motion graphic design for television broadcast and compositing for feature films.
For a decade both companies created digital assets including Everest Footage for stock video distribution and both companies provided video to Getty, Corbis, BBC, Discovery, A&E, Sony, and directly to film-makers, ad-agencies, non-profit organizations, and production companies.
Eventually, John and Chris merged the two video production companies into CMG and created Stock Footage, Inc. to manage and distribute their digital assets including this Everest Footage.
Between 2010 and 2012 they built a team of talented cinematographers, colorists, and vfx artists to shoot stock footage in some of the most incredible places around the world. They shot extensively in Israel, Kenya, Nepal (Mount Everest), Venice, Rome, Dubai, London, Vancouver, New York, Alaska, Detroit, Dallas, Montana, California, Nevada, and Utah. They shot stock footage in 90 national parks, and in 2011 spent several weeks with the US military special forces in which they obtained special permission to shoot high-speed footage of c4 explosions, machine guns, operating shots from within a Chinook, a black-hawk helicopter, and several other military vehicles. On one of their trips to Israel they received rare permission to shoot alone inside the heart of the Holy Sepulchre, The Aedicule, one of the most sacred places on earth to both Christians and Muslims. This unique library of high quality stock footage will bring particular interest to those working on documentaries or feature films.
Everest Footage Producers
The Team that created this Everest Footage has gained the reputation of being masters of 4k/5k, high-speed, Astro-timelapses, HDR-videography, and Motion-controlled slide shots. Some of their shots were created using patent pending technology. These rare shots have been virtually unseen by the world.
The Everest Footage Producers spent years developing proprietary workflows and techniques that allow for the creation of imagery that is unique to the industry. This team now maintains a unique stock archive of over 50,000 digital assets that are being carefully color-corrected and meticulously metatagged. Many more stock video clips will soon be ready for download at www.StockFootage.com.
Stock Footage, Inc. not only produced this Everest Footage, but also provides education through intensive training and a certification program. This give students the ability to learn techniques and gain hands-on-experience with state of the art equipment. Students interested in creating stock video like the Everest Footage in this archive will have access to a library of private Youtube video tutorials, work-flows, and techniques. These videos will be accompanied by step-by-step instructions and or additional information in the descriptions of each video. If you own some Everest Footage or would be interested in learning how to create video like the Everest Footage in this archive, go to the contact us page and send us an email.
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