Legendary Underwater Collection Joins NHNZ Moving Images
NHNZ Moving Images now has as exclusive deal to represent world-renowned ocean videographer and producer Feodor Pitcairn.
The Feodor Pitcairn Collection has over 65 hours of underwater and topside marine footage.
Highlights include the reefs of Raja Ampat, Indonesia; mass spawning in the Gladden Spit Marine Reserve, Belize; marine iguanas and hammerhead sharks in the Galapagos; and an unequalled offering of whale footage, with significant coverage of humpbacks, sperm whales, grey whales and orcas.
View the Feo Pitcairn Collection here
Plunge Into Our Archive
Our footage of an emperor penguin falling through thin ice was a viral hit with millions of views across social media and video sharing platforms.
And there is more where that came from, check out our Funny Bloopers collection highlights here.
NHNZ Moving Images represents stock footage produced by NHNZ, the National Geographic Worldwide Collection and over 30 other leading filmmakers from around the world.
With over 200,000 items of high quality stock footage, we are can help you find the best shots to meet your creative, editorial and technical requirements. So come over and plunge into the NHNZ Moving Images Archive.
Shark Footage Feeding Frenzy for Shark Week Shows
NHNZ Moving Images announces the release of two amazing aerial sequences of a shark feeding frenzy. Filmed off the coast of Fiji the footage shows sharks preying on a massive baitball of fish while birds and baracoutta also give chase.
Find more in the Shark Footage Collection here.
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