Video Use and Licensing
My online clips (YouTube and Vimeo) can be shared (embedded) in social networks, non-commercial websites, and personal blogs - all according to vimeo license. They can also be a part of non-commercial educational presentation.
Please contact me if you are embedding my video on a high-traffic news website to discuss links and text.
The video material cannot be edited or adapted for your purposes without my permission, even when it comes to a home-made non-commercial Youtube clip. In other words, no derivatives. Uploading videos to other online services or duplicating it on youtube or vimeo is prohibited without a license, as well as airing on TV. Same applies for streaming videos in public places.
When you embed my video, please make sure it is hosted from my YouTube or Vimeo account.
"Slow Life" is not on YouTube and won't appear on that service. Despite frequent requests for uploading "Slow Life" to YouTube and complaints that Vimeo is slow, I am unable to do so due to quality issues. YouTube doesn't enable highest quality by default and this clip is all about quality. The clip's success was achieved utterly due to Vimeo's HD mode - experience that most YouTube-browsing people miss. In other words, vimeo's content loads slower because there's a lot more data to download to achieve better quality. Without that extra data "Slow Life"is pointless to watch.
Focus stacking time lapses represent unique media content with stunning resolution and amount of detail. In 4k (or higher) resolution, these videos create a tremendous visual impact on a display of any size.
I work in partnership with Plankton Productions and NUMA, thus I am able to offer stock footage bundles combining underwater stock footage of various cinematographers in addition to my work. Our stock footage is diverse in topics. Please feel free to ask for specifics.
Although non-commercial sharing of my published videos is free, I charge for use of stock footage and public screening/TV airing of my online clips.