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Footage Search offers S3D stock ONTEREY, CA — Footage Search ( is mak- ing 3D stock footage available through the portal Nature- Footage3D.The company already offers footage through the OceanFootage and NatureFootage Websites. Footage Search will be exclusively representing Digital 3D (D3D), a pro- duction company specializing in stereo and emerging 3D technologies.The company is using various stereoscopic 3D systems for capture, including proprietary parallel rig designs. D3D is also using Element Technica’s line of camera agnostic 3D beam splitter rigs: the Quasar, the Pulsar and the Neu- tron. Cameras used with these systems include the Red One MX 4K and, later this year, the Red Epic 5K. NatureFootage3D will offer wide-ranging wildlife subjects, aerials and underwater 3D.“The partnership with D3D will set the bar for quality 3D imagery, combining top-of-the-line equipment with cinematic artistry,” notes Footage Search founder/president, Dan Baron. “The 3D wildlife content from around the world will add a whole new dimension to the stock footage industry.” Global ImageWorks captures Japan’s devastation AWORTH, NJ — Just hours after the tsunami in Japan made landfall, Global ImageWorks (www.globalimage- had filmmakers on the ground to document the damage to the port town of Ishinomaki and Osaki City, both of which were heavily damaged by the post earthquake tsunami. The all-HD footage shows the destruction inflicted by the tsunami, including entire towns that have been leveled. Global Imageworks has also developed an SD 9/11 archive of over 400 hours.The footage has been used in 102 Minutes That Changed America, National Geo’s Inside 9/11 and Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11.All of the stock footage is available on their site. 38 Post • May 2011 H M

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