In the moment of action we all had our hands full – pulling ropes, waving flags, securing a safety perimeter – and were not able to do as much documentation of the Horse’s Procession and Burn as we would have liked. But we are sure many of you out there did! And we’d love for you to share these photos and videos with us! We are especially looking for high-resolution high-quality footage – stills which we can use for printing a photo-book and video content that our film director Todd Darling can include in the documentary he’s currently preparing.
There are several ways you can share your footage with us
Photo: Upload your photos in their highest resolution onto Flickr and add them to our Trojan Horse 2011 Group Pool. Or send us links to your online photo albums located on Flickr, Picasa, etc.
Video: Upload your videos in their highest resolution to Vimeo, and choose the option “Allow other people to download the source video” in the privacy settings. (You can also password protect the video and give only us access).
Photo/Video: Make a zip-file of your photos/videos and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with one of these file-sharing services:
- http://www.yousendit.com – maximum filesize of 50MB with free account. PREFERRED
- https://www.dropbox.com – put the file into your public folder and send us the link
Large Files: If you have larger filesizes to share, please send an email to email@example.com and we’ll get back to you with login-data for a yousendit pro-account that will enable you to upload up-to 2GB files.
Tape: If you shot tape, we’ll clone your tape, or will happily accept a dub. Please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and mailing instructions will be sent to you. We’ll also reimburse any mailing costs.
+ Credits: Please let us know how you’d like to be named in the photo/video credits.