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Page 37 of 43 36 POST AUGUST 2018 STOCK FOOTAGE ARLINGTON, TX — StormStock (, an established source for storm stock footage, is now offering customers quick and easy access to some of its best preview clips and the ability to download them individually or as a full batch by category using Dropbox folders. To do so, customers can go to the StormStock Categories Web page ( and click on the weather topic of their choice. Then, they can click on the green "View and Download" button and make their selection for download. According to company founder Martin Lisius, who spends a great deal of time in post production, "I have always put emphasis on quick, easy ways for clients to research and view our material. We work hard to make our client's job easier." Online preview clip categories include 4K, Flooding & Rain, Hail, Hurricanes & Typhoons, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, Lightning, Snow & Winter Storms, Storm Clouds, Stormy Seas, Super 35, Tornadoes, Volcanoes and Wind. Founded 25 years ago by Lisius, who is a veteran storm chaser and cinematographer, StormStock offers storm footage in an array of for- mats, including SD, HD, Super 35, 4K and 16K. Much of it is exclusive to the collection. ARLINGTON, TX — Prairie Pictures Aerial ( rial-cinematography), the flying division of media production company Prairie Pictures, has announced that it will be offering the new Apple ProRes raw on the DJI Inspire 2 cinematography drone starting immediately. Prairie Pictures Aerial has the ability to record Apple ProRes raw and Apple ProRes raw HQ at 14-bits. The ProRes raw format brings the quality and workflow advantages of raw with the performance of ProRes. Editors can import, edit and grade pristine footage with raw data from the camera sensor, providing ultimate flexibility when adjusting highlights and shadows, without slowing down their editing workflow. Prairie Pictures was founded by producer/director Martin Lisius in 1986 and produces content for theatrical, broadcast, documentary, commercial and promotional applications. The company has been using drones to capture imagery ranging from agriculture to last summer's Hurricane Harvey. "We've been using the DJI inspire 2 platform since a lot of what we shoot requires quick and easy deployment at the filming site," says Lisius. "That particular system has an integrated camera allowing us to be up in the air in about a minute." STORMSTOCK OFFERS FAST FOOTAGE DOWNLOAD PREVIEWS PRAIRIE PICTURES AERIAL NOW OFFERING APPLE PRORES RAW

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