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Question about trying to find something specific

Enthusiast ,
Apr 07, 2023 Apr 07, 2023

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Hi - this is my first time here on Stock. First, the stuff on Stock looks great. I'm trying to find perhaps an elderly person looking at a laptop - camera is looking at person's face with laptop's back to camera.


Then it cuts to the same person with camera looking at the PC screen. I tried searching for a variety of keywords and can't find anything - lots of good free stuff but just not from different angles like above. I'm also looking in the FREE section too so I won't have to ask company to pay for paid stuff.

I'm only imterested in video clips for this [it's for a medical drug TV commercial non-broadcast].

Can someone offer something like this that's there, or ideas for search terms? I tried "elderly looks PC cuts to screen" and that didn't work.


Thank you.

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Adobe Employee , Apr 07, 2023 Apr 07, 2023

Try simple keyword terms i.e. old preson look laptop in Free context choose video.

 

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Community Expert , Apr 07, 2023 Apr 07, 2023

As indicated above, keep the keywords simple. Then if you find a video that seems to comply with what you're looking for, click on the file then look at the additional detail displayed below the asset. You'll see "more from this series" and "more from this model". Usually, when a Contributor sets up a shoot with models they will work all the angles to try and maximize the footage they can sell from a particular shoot. 

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Try simple keyword terms i.e. old preson look laptop in Free context choose video.

 

Best regards,

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OK thank you. I did actually do that but what I was hoping was is there a trick to finding a group of clips of same person from sifferent angles. But if it doesn't exist no worries. Thank you.

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As indicated above, keep the keywords simple. Then if you find a video that seems to comply with what you're looking for, click on the file then look at the additional detail displayed below the asset. You'll see "more from this series" and "more from this model". Usually, when a Contributor sets up a shoot with models they will work all the angles to try and maximize the footage they can sell from a particular shoot. 

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