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|01-20-2014 05:12 PM|
|01-20-2014 02:41 PM|
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|01-20-2014 02:11 PM|
Trying to teach my husbands 33 year old daughter this year - I am learning "patience" with her - let's just say that! She can only handle an hour and then she's back at the condo for a nap! Been almost a month now and she just started to link her turns yesterday. Hoping it goes quickly now.
|01-17-2014 05:34 PM|
|t21||Nice to hear from you again firstx1017, how you been? to the OP, for what i can see is you are standing tall as what poutanen mentioned, and you seemed to just ruddering your short turns . You having your front leg almost straight bounces you off pretty good when you hit dips or whatever, bend a bit more with your front leg and also your shoulder is open meaning your chest is facing forward|
|01-17-2014 04:40 PM|
|firstx1017||You need to use the wide setting and get a monopod pole Amazon.com: NeewerŪ Extendable Self-portrait Camera Tripod Telescopic Monopod for Digital Camera & Camcorder: Camera & Photo which extends out to almost 36 inches and then you can get from the top of your head to the bottom of your board in the video. Here's a photo from some of our videos - you can even get the person in front of you in the video.|
|01-17-2014 04:29 PM|
Not really able to see your boarding at all, it's just your upper body going down the slopes?!?
From what I could see, it looked like you were standing up too tall, get down low for a more athletic stance!
|01-17-2014 04:26 PM|
My advice, stop spamming your video across multiple threads. Second we cant critique style if we can see your lower body which makes all of your video pointless for help, and it is tragically boring. I'd suggest learning to cut sections out but had you done that there would have been nothing left.
If you're actually looking for help, film your lower body as well, if you're trying to work on video, well lets just say you should make an actual video, not just one long continuous shot of nothing. And if you're doing this just to try and show off your riding and gain some cool factor, well you'd be accomplishing the exact opposite by posting video of casually riding down a green or blue groomer and doing nothing.
|01-17-2014 03:59 PM|
Advice on snowboarding videos?
Hey guys, if you wouldn't mind, could you take a look at a video I put up on YouTube. I would really appreciate any advice I could get, whether it be on my style, my technique for snowboarding or even just advice on the video. Feel free to comment on the video.
Any advice is appreciated! Thanks!
Snowboarding With a GoPro Hero3 - YouTube