Hey guys! Some clips from this year up at Great Divide in Montana. I'm the guy in the yellow and gray jacket, this is my second season at the hill. (Started last christmas) Some of the footage is bad, tell me what you think tho.
I'd say you're doing great for that early in your board life. You must be fairly young. How many days you get this season?
Be honest... don't these kids make you wanna hide under a blanked and cry?
Atoxa, you're doing great. I enjoyed the clip (and feel ashamed )
Not sure what cam you used, but maybe this helps: I recognized a familiar blinking/flushing of the light in some takes, I had that as well with my Drift if in "vivid" light mode on very bright bluebird days, and assumed, the cam was overstrained by the amount of light. Never happened in "normal" light mode.
The average human has one breast and one testicle ~ Des McHale
I'm using a gopro hero 3, just the normal one, on default settings 720p 60fps. Should we take the clips facing away from the sun then? Any other editing/video tips are greatly appreciated.
Yesterday was my 67th day at the hill. I'm hoping to make it to 70, there is 2 weekends left. I'm 16, btw. Did the song work?
Well hell neni! That explains a lot! Gravity doesn't really start to make you "Her Bitch" until sometime after puberty!
Atoxa, Nice lil edit. (...could use fewer skiers!)
BTW,... check you settings and see if you have it set to "spot meter" for reading auto exposure. You want it set to center weighted or average not spot. When set to spot exposure it will change often and drastically based on small dark areas of the scene. Center weighted will do a better job of averaging out exposure for the entire frame.
You're only Young Once,.. but you can be Immature FOREVER!
Thanks Chomps! I'm all for freeskiing, not the type of guy to be discriminative against anyone but gapers...
t21, yeah I ride up here like 50 days a year. This week they are taking out all the rails, but maintaining the jumps. Hope it all works out up here. If you come up, I'll probably be there. If you see me, don't be shy to come say hi man!