Rodborough Common, United Kingdom, September 28, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Timeframehd.com is delighted to announce that multi-award winning cameraman and photographer John Waters has signed an exclusive deal with their specialist stock footage library to represent his stunning time-lapse footage.
John Waters is an award-winning nature photographer, cameraman, and biologist with more than 25 years experience working in wildlife documentaries and credits on over 60 films. He has won numerous awards at Wildscreen and an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Cinematography. As a testament to his versatility and skill with a wide variety of filming styles and equipment, and in addition to his busy filming schedule, he also teaches courses in camera techniques for a"Bristol Wildlife Filmmakers."
John Waters has spent many years filming wildlife for the BBC and is probably best known for his iconic British landscapes, many from his beloved home county of Somerset. His work complements Timeframehd's British collection perfectly as he has a real talent for capturing the wildness of nature in his work.
Pip Crosley, Timeframehd’s Managing Editor, says “John has well over 25 years of award winning camerawork behind him. He has an amazing eye. He’s at the top of his game and we are very pleased to be working with him.”
Timeframehd specialises in archiving stock time-lapse clips from some of the World’s most remote and beautiful locations and there is currently high demand for time-lapses of great British landscapes so John’s footage arrives at just the right time. It will be on the site to view and license soon.
The philosophy behind Timeframehd’s business model is to archive only the very best time-lapse clips out there and John Waters is exactly the calibre of cinematographer we are looking for. Timeframehd.com's success lies in their personal approach and in supplying time-lapse footage to high end television programmes and series, commercials and feature films.
Timeframehd (www.timeframehd.com) is a dedicated time-lapse footage library that is set to become the world’s number one source of time-lapse footage. Timeframehd has supplied many time-lapses for both BBC and Independent series and feature films from a collection built up over 15 years and shot in some of the World’s most remote locations. The library represents high quality time-lapse photography works from talented videographers worldwide.
Please contact Timeframehd if you would like to talk about becoming a contributor by contacting our Managing Editor, Pip Crosley firstname.lastname@example.org