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Here is one of my newer snowboard edits i rode and edited and my friend filmed. I just want to hear any suggestions you may have about anything riding filming and editing

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Kinda cool production, I'm not really into rails rails and more rails. Looks like you guys had fun making it!
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haha yeah, but here in the midwest we have limited options
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Here is one of my newer snowboard edits i rode and edited and my friend filmed. I just want to hear any suggestions you may have about anything riding filming and editing

the link is here

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Looking good man. I love seeing more & more stuff from other Michigan riders. Keep it up!

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Drop the the native audio all together, it doesn't add much and is pretty distracting. Watch the chopping off of heads, a lot of times the rider leaves the top part of the frame. Most of your shots are fairly level and static, don't be afraid to get the camera moving and get low & close, a fisheye lense really helps here.

Other than that a great start, decent use of B-Roll, nice music choice.
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I'm not a fan of B&W I like the colors

other than that I liked the footage. I used ppl's edits to study and help my park more than the "edit" itself. Watching tons of different riders to help myself learn

Good footage and looks like you guys are having a blast, I just think loose the B&W

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yeah, thats understandable i just thought it looked nice, mostly because it was such a cloudy day and everything looked really dull.
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I'm pretty limited with my camera hahaha all i have is a go pro i won at a comp. don't have the money for a legitimate camera.
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Friends, film, & fun good job….
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Pretty good edit, but try to mix up some of the angles to fit the features and tricks your filming.
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