Full Tournament Coverage
- Cost effective price/image ratio
- Includes finals and winners shoots
- Unlimited images
- High resolution images
- Optional company watermark on images
- Private gallery access
- Parachute included
A major success at the 2012 Australian Open, our EXCLUSIVE aerial imagery was so powerful it was featured as a double page spread in Tennis Australia’s official magazine and in the official 2013 printed guide.
- Images starting at $8.95
Ideal for start-ups on a budget or loosely covering the tournament. Images can be purchased directly at images.corleve.com in various sizes begining at $8.95 for a 640 x 480 image.
So how much exactly is unlimited? Last year at the Australian Open we shot close to a record 2000 images spanning almost 3 weeks. This year we’re increasing the minimum quota to 700 images. Even at 700 images, that works out to approx. 65 cents per high resolution image, as opposed to $8.95 per web size image. A saving of $177 and maximum image quality.
You have the option of having your very own company logo stamped on the images. This greatly increases your standing amongst your readership and gives the impression you are physically covering the tournament yourself capturing amazing images. We custom design your watermarked logo to your liking.
Instant access to hundreds of images 24/7 via your very own customised secured URL, for example ‘yourcompanyname’.corleve.com. From here you can browse and download images from your various ATP WTA events. A keyword searchable RSS feed is available so you can see the most recent images arriving.
Putting together an online or print magazine? Our larger images gives you greater cropping flexibility and better quality images for full page spreads. Our images have also been used in full hd 1080p video production for video blogs and commercial broadcast. No additional usage fees or royalties apply!
First trialed at the 2011 US Open, we came up with a unique way at looking how a player moves and covers the court. We called it ‘PlayerTrack’. (We were going to call it ‘iTrack’ but were sure Apple already owns everything begining with ‘i’). We love to come up with new ways to keep readers engaged, watch this space in 2013 as we’re going to trial new imagery!
2011 In Review
Here is a glimpse of our coverage from 2011 spanning the Australian Open, Indian Wells and US Open. Highlight of the year? Flying in a shaky Cessna 172 to get an aerial photo of the Indian Wells Tennis Stadium featured in this clip!