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18 June, 2017

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Here’s what we do …

Bear Stock is proud of what we do and we like to think we do it well! We’re all about the license of Photographic, CG Backplate Environments and 360º HDR Domes.

These are useful …

* To accompany 3D object builds
* To refresh your existing product assets
* As stand alone imagery

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Our point of Difference?

* The images are specifically created for this unique purpose
* The majority are shot in Australia or New Zealand which make them perfect for our market and beyond
* Our hi-res 16bit Backplates and 32bit HDR Domes are sized to accommodate use from web to massive Outdoor Super Sites!

Check out our latest from the beach to the city and back again …

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CG Environs …

Just like their photographic buddies only created in a CG space which makes them a little cleaner, sharper and in some cases a touch more graphic. Their final use is exactly the same!

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More CG Environments

Supa-Size Me!

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As we’ve grown so have our HDR Domes

We’ve started to offer ‘Super Domes’ sized at over 20,000px wide and perfectly retouched at 32bit. Use them not only as Render Domes but also Virtual Environments for Walkarounds or 360º Configuators. The resolution will allow you to even slice a section for use as a Backplate!

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And the rest … too easy!

We’re all about making the Bear Stock experience streamlined & personalised. Contact us for help with:-

* A confidential image search
* A quick turnaround price based on your usage detail (no cookie cutters here!)

You only require certain elements from an image? No problem – we offer the cost-effective option of licensing only what you need. This offers you the freedom of mixing and matching to create your own unique image without loss of resolution or quality.

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