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Skyworks is a specialist in HD aerial filming and content - we create unique aerial HD stock footage for use in film and broadcast productions, advertising and corporate video, and all types of interactive applications. Filmed in HDCAM SR video, our aerial HD stock footage archive is the largest of its kind, and is used by broadcasters and producers worldwide. We also make our own broadcast TV programming such as the World from Above series and create a variety of  interactive content based around our aerial footage archive.

Aerial Footage of Brazil

In March 2014 we filmed over 40 hours covering many hundreds of points of interest in central and eastern Brazil - here is a behind the scenes peek at making Brazil from Above. For more details see http://www.skyworkshd.com/above-brazil/

Aerial footage can be an excellent way to establish a scene, a location, or help you tell your story. Our aerial HD stock footage archive is the largest in the world and covers four continents, from the US to the Middle East, and from Iceland to South Africa. There are several ways to find what you need:

  • Search our online database at archive.skyworks.co.uk
  • Use our mapping interface at the Footage Map
  • Call us on +44 (0)208 878 1177 and ask to speak to Kevin Mannion, our Archive Manager

News and Updates (click here to see all)

Skyworks Speaks at WTM

07 Nov 2014

Skyworks presented at the new 'Destination TV' event held at the World Travel Market November 6th in London. The subject was how destination organisations such as tourism authorities can work…

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Skyworks Launches Place of the Day

26 Sep 2014

Skyworks has launched Place of the Day, an online service which delivers a short video clip of a new place to your inbox every day. Place of the Day is…

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Footage Map launched in Beta

02 Jun 2014

Skyworks has just launched the Footage Map This displays some 10,000 microclips of Skyworks aerial HD footage, each geotagged to a specific location and searchable via a map interface. Follow…

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