Looks like some potential there. One thing I'd say though, is that the effects were a bit overused at the start. Just my 2 cents though
Originally Posted by lonerider
I agree... less is more.
Yea I wasn't sure where to go with it. Was planning on using more effects to go with the music. It was overwhelming going through all the footage I had accumulated. Vid took me a good 3 weeks on and off..mostly due to me having no clue what I was doing with Premiere. We used a single headcam between me and my buddy(who started at same time as me, falling just as much and filming all over the place)..each vid being 6-15min with only 20-30 seconds of usable footage. Initial edit was 45min..just kept splicing and splicing.
Originally Posted by jdang307
Gotta hit squaw this year for sure
I'm at Tahoe right now..it's storming here..all slush and whiteout with limited runs open. Went for an hour today and came back all soaked. It's kinda crazy that the conditions on July 4th(the ending footage of my video) were better than late January.
Originally Posted by mjd
hah! cool, sick falling leaf! i scored a couple of sick powder days there last year. this year not so good though.
Originally Posted by Snownad
You falling leafed the fuck outta that mountain bruh!
nice avatar..is that from a park injury?..looks bloody.
I got slightly better if you saw the part 3(non go pro)..and better since then.I kinda tried to do a chronicle the first season. (There is also part 1, but not that exciting besides the credits) Just experimenting here, gopro broke before I could use it, so had to get creative with this part 3, barely had any footage from casio cam, but some good pics I tried to line up with some cell phone footage at the end.