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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-09-2012, 12:29 AM Thread Starter
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As requested by sick_pow here are some more of my vidz

Having a great day off on a 2012 Sherlock



and the First day on a Nug that I had put up before
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Sick vids. I lurk quite a bit on EL. Good to see you're posting here too. It's amazing to see how well the Nug handles in deep pow.
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Sick terrain. I bet you used to jump off the roof of your house just for fun when you were a kid lol.
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These are in Japan right? Which resort?

Suggestion: Not sure if you usually ride alone or with someone, but I think it makes for a better video when your buddy rides in front of you so you have some contrast in the video and can see how deep it is with someone else riding.

Not saying the videos are bad by any means, it's just that the snow is so deep that all you can see is white. When that other dude was in front, you can at least get an idea of the terrain / depth.

Keep posting them though!
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They're at a small resort in Toyama.
Yeah, I hear you on the shooting somebody else for contrast. I do it sometimes, but when it's deep you can't get close to them at all just from the pow cloud. But if I have the choice of hitting the line first, or letting a bud do it first for a better gopro vid, I'll hit it first every time.
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lots of follow cam in this vid. It's from last winter. I'm on a Capita TFA at the start and switch to a K2 Gyrator then a Rossignol Experience at the end


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