(PRWEB) March 23, 2009
Who: Paula Lumbard, founder and president of FootageBank HD and footagehead.com and Carol Martin, vice president of FootageBank HD and footagehead, will join a distinguished panel of presenters to discuss the world of stock footage.
FootageBank HD is the sole footage company specializing in High Definition (HD) content and footagehead.com is a division of FootageBank HD that provides downloadable, web ready, HD royalty free video clips at one low price point.
What: Studio Monthly is hosting the "Monetizing Stock Footage" webinar to discuss some of the following questions:
- What's new in the stock footage world that will give your production higher production values without breaking the bank?
- What are the latest trends at some of the biggest stock footage companies?
- What are the stock footage options for Internet and mobile productions?
- How can a cinematographer make money with stock footage?
- How to get started as a stock footage shooter.
When: Wednesday, March 25, 2009, 1:00 p.m. EST
Registration: The seminar is intended for producers to find out about new options for cost-effective stock shots and cinematographers to learn about a way to create income with footage already shot or might be shot during non work hours.
Go to this link to register: http://www.studiodaily.com/store/webinars/166.html
Cost is $50.00.
About Paula Lumbard
Paula Lumbard is the founder and president of FootageBank HD and footagehead.com. FootageBank HD was founded by Lumbard, who anticipated the coming demand for HD motion content and created the first stock footage company specializing in HD-native content. FootageBank HD reflects her experience and knowledge that licensing motion images needs to be easy, fun, and reasonably priced. FootageBank HD provides the one-on-one customer service that Lumbard is known for throughout the industry.
Lumbard's career spans more than 20 years in content licensing and prior to that she spent several years producing special effects for features films and television. In 1985 she founded her first company, Film Bank, which established her as a leader and independent thinker in the independent archive business.
Lumbard is a graduate of the University of Washington, has two master's degrees (Fine Arts, Psychology) and was a member of the Emmy Award winning team that created the special effects for the classic TV film "The Day After." Lumbard serves on the Board of Directors of Venice Neighborhood Arts, a non- profit organization whose mission is providing low income youths in the Los Angeles area with free classes in media arts.
About Carol Martin
Carol Martin is vice president of FootageBank HD and footagehead.com. Martin joined FootageBank HD at its inception in 2002, after nearly a decade in stock footage sales and management. In the summer of 2007, Carol was appointed vice president of the company in an effort to proactively manage its continued growth. Later that year, Martin began the build out of the company's latest venture, footagehead.com, an online royalty free footage store where 16x9 stock clips can be easily searched, viewed and purchased.
By managing a sales team that has seen increases of 100% per year since 2003, day-to-day operations including the use of a proprietary database architecture that she spearheaded, and the FootageBank HD and footagehead websites, Martin has helped mold the company's unique and highly regarded efficient, accurate, fair and friendly style.