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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-27-2012, 10:25 AM Thread Starter
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hey guys my friend put this nice edit together. hope ya like it. feedback is appreciated!!
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oh btw we are all either 13 or 14.
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Nice finally a video where it's not someone's f'ing face the whole time.
I like how you're recording with two devices at times haha.
Not bad, could use some editing touches if you're into that kind of stuff.
I've always been big into timelapse shots up to the cabin and then timelapse on the lift up strapping in and video coincides with missing to your first drop in and you go from there.
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ah thanks! and what type of extra editing would you suggest? or was the time lapse the suggestion?
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Well more photography basic stuff
Like don't face the sun when you're shooting unless those are your intentions. Different angles for better natural light. For editing there are tutorials on compressing properly and random quality lighting changes you can do that make a HUGE difference.
And just add some transitions from frame to frame.
Maybe it's your housing or camera but there's shadows on the outer edge Not really sure what that's coming from
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hmm cool thx! i never really even noticed that stuff!
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oh and when he filmed with two cameras, we only used the one that was on his head. he was just filming with our friends go pro so he could watch himself right away. also, would the shadow be from filming with a contour and its super wide lens (170 degrees)
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The most advice on filming snowboarding you will ever need!

Embeding the video didn't work.

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thx man
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And what kind of bindings did the guy in the green pants have? The orange ones.
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