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Oculus:Arizona - A Collaborative Project Between Two Artists

Oculus:Arizona - A Collaborative Project Between Two Artists

Oculus:Arizona

- A collaborative project between two artists, just because.
"With the mood of the general world in today's day and age, one simply must produce something uplifting every once in a while." - Andreas



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Haboob!

Haboob!

Haboobs (a.k.a Chubascos, a.k.a. Sand Storms), Dust Devils and More!


There is some uniqueness about the Sonoran Desert between Phoenix and Tucson Arizona. This desert offers up some interesting events year round that are unique to this area and in some cases not so unique.


When it comes to dust devils, it is not so unique as they seem at appear all over the southwest. But when it comes to Haboobs (Arabic for dust storm) or Chubascos (Spanish for dust storm), the Sonoran Desert is very unique.


Typically they only happen during the monsoon season. Typically they start south of Tucson, more near the Mexican border near Nogales. They run through the valley heading north and right into Phoenix. In this collection, there are several shots from just one of those Haboobs from several vantage points throughout the State between the cities of Tucson and Phoenix. Footage of this nature, from one "Haboob" chase seems to be very rare. In my case, I just happened to be at the right place(s) at the right time.



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Celestial Events

Celestial Events

Space and Celestial Bodies

We on our little blue marble experience many events every year that have to do with things in our solar system, not to mention our galaxy. In this collection you will find everything related to space, space exploration and more!



Highlights for March 2013 - Comet PAN-STARRS

After a couple of tries, finally got some neat time lapse of the comet PAN STARRS as the moon was setting on March 12th, 2012. This was shot from Tucson, AZ in the early evening about 45 minutes or so after sunset. A rare occasion as this comet was an unexpected one time event for our lifetime. It is (fast link will open a new window)now available in many resolutions (up to 4K!) on Pond5.com:

Shutterstock Galleries

Shutterstock Galleries

My goods are now available through Shutterstock as well. Keep in mind the Shutterstock collection only offers footage in HD format. They do not yet offer 2K or 4K versions. For that you will need to visit Large and Specialty Format Footage as in 2K, 4K and Verticals



My latest footage for sale at
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Monument Valley Arizona

Monument Valley Arizona

Monument Valley, Arizona - A famous movie location and on a famous Indian Reservation. Picturesque towering monoliths stick out of the desert floor to show the majestic rock formations. Footage includes one of the most vigorous lightning storms caught on film in time lapse. Featuring resolutions up to 4K!

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eBook - Shut Up and Shoot - Available Now!

eBook - Shut Up and Shoot - Available Now!
Shut Up and Shoot! And Make Lightning Strike Twice! 
- How to Become an Out of This World Stock Media Artist - 
(the "Buy Now" links will become active on April 14, 2012 starting at 00:00 hours which by the way has already passed somewhere in the world! Come and get it!)

Welcome to the VaderVideo Stock Footage Portal!

Welcome to the VaderVideo Stock Footage Portal!

Welcome to the VaderVideo stock footage portal. There are a variety of topical stock footage clips available and many with a variety of formats or resolution. Feel free to browse around or simply do a specific search. Formats or frame sizes include but are not limited to:

  • SD (standard definition NTSC 4:3 720x480 @ 29.97fps)
  • HD (standard high definition NTSC 16:9 1920x1080 @ 60i (29.97fps) and 30P)
  • 2K Digital Cinema (2K definition ~16:9 2048x1080 @ 29.97 fps (30P))
  • Full Aperture Native 2K Film (2K 1.32:1 2048x1556 @ 24P)
  • 4K Digital Cinema (4K 1.85:1 4096x2160 @ 24P)
  • Full Aperture Native 4K (4K 1.32:1 4096x3112 @ 24P)
  • and the list keeps growing.... (ouch!... too many standards!)

(Clicking on any one item in the Widget below will take you to that selection in a new window. Or you may simply click here and visit the entire selection. )

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