Category: StockVideoMedia

The Bird Man of The Marsh

Took the Panasonic S1 and Sigma 150-600mm Sports out for a couple of hours for the first time this year.

Footage captured mostly at Marsh Farm and Beeleigh in Essex.

Some footage from this and my other videos may be available to licence at:

35 free LUTs from Panasonic for V-Log. Link & demonstration.

A collection of various LUTs for V-Log provided free by Panasonic.

Available in various formats (see link below). Link, 35 free LUTs:…

Basic V-Log – Rec 709 LUT:…

Demonstration clip captured with Panasonic S1, Sigma Sigma 150-600mm f5-6.3 Sports DG DN OS Lens, Blackmagic RAW (V-Log).

King of the swingers, locked and loaded. Comedy. Viewer discretion advised!

Cute capuchin monkey is not bashful and seems to be enjoying his day!

Contains monkey nudity, view at your discretion. If this one doesn’t go viral I’m giving up! 😉

Original footage available to licence at:

Gibbon calls an emergency at the zoo ;-)

Just a bit of fun. Original footage available to licence at:… &…

Macro footage of ants finding and transporting dead insects. Panasonic G9 & Tamron 90mm Macro lens.

Some macro footage of tiny Red Wood ants (8mm-ish) that can be seen discovering and moving some relatively heavy loads in the form of other dead insects.

Shot with the Panasonic G9 & the Tamron Adaptall 90mm macro lens (72b) which I reviewed here:

Some of this footage is available to licence at:​ or…

Stock Video Media – Our new venture, some outtakes and a promo video

We’ve decided to try our hand at supplying stock video footage. I’ve had requests in the past for footage but have never supplied any due to the complications of licensing and copyright.

This video features a few outtakes. Because of my insistence upon always using a tripod I quite often miss the shot which I know to some is unthinkable but my OCD insists that the footage is stable!! And then there is the lack of cooperation from some of the subjects.

We have found it very difficult to reach the 1000 subscriber mark so we can monetise the channel to recover some of the cost of producing videos. We are very grateful for all of our subscribers and we will continue to produce videos in to the future but we are momentarily biased towards building our portfolio of video clips.

We are now selling stock video footage through pond5:…

All of our clips are also available to view at our website:

We’d be interested in your feedback, thanks.