Posted: Thu, 1st Nov 2007, 2:47pm
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Hi i've been loking for this for a while, and so far I have not found anything. What i'm looking for is a WW1 battlefield backdrop with no soldiers or anythung, so i can add my own stuff on.
Any thoughts? thanking you in advance
Posted: Thu, 1st Nov 2007, 4:09pm
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go to google images or if you want a video get tube sucker for youtube and download a back plate
Posted: Fri, 2nd Nov 2007, 11:04am
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If you can't find any existing stuff you can use, you might want to think about simply using a normal field, then adding in the WW1 elements yourself, such as trenches etc, using a compositing program or Photoshop etc...
Posted: Fri, 2nd Nov 2007, 12:31pm
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I havge tried google, and photoshopping isn't a bad idea...
Posted: Sat, 3rd Nov 2007, 1:07am
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My backyard is a field. It has a bit of marshland on one end, trees on another side, my house on one side and some more house on the last side. Yet you could put other backgrounds behind the field if needed in photoshop. I can take some stills for you from different angles and what not. I could even get a bit of an aerial view from my roof. I could also film some for you as stock footage, although I don't know what camera your using. Mine is a Panasonic PV-GS300 which has 3CCDs, widescreen and fairly good quality. Let me know if you want some stills, or anything.
Posted: Sat, 3rd Nov 2007, 4:52am
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Thats going to be very hard to find. You should be able to find battlefield pics but they'll have soldiers or vehicles in them.
Posted: Mon, 12th Nov 2007, 4:17am
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Check out this person's profile on stock.xchng he has some stills that might work for you.http://www.sxc.hu/profile/Adryjan
Posted: Wed, 5th Nov 2008, 5:44pm
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I took this picture a while back you could use it and add the trenches ECT yourself.
Posted: Sat, 15th Nov 2008, 5:29pm
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Feel free to use them! They are from Normandy.
I have some higher quality version if you want. Just send me a PM.
Posted: Sun, 16th Nov 2008, 12:52pm
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Ooh, I've been there.
Posted: Thu, 29th Jan 2009, 5:57pm
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Posted: Sun, 12th Apr 2009, 12:19pm
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Something like this perhaps ?
Its not finished yet but ill post it once its been finished and has been used in my movie 1864. its a 15 sec wiev over a battlefield moving the cam from right to left.
Posted: Sun, 31st May 2009, 8:25pm
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