Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Sugarloaf, ME / Philly
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Sorry dude... I dunno what you were really expecting... I guess my one main suggestion would be hold the pole behind you and keep the camera at shoulder level or above. With the front view, you can't see the features or where you are going so it just looks like nothing is happening!
On another note, don't just throw entire runs into an edit. Get a hour of footage and splice together the best stuff. Skip all the shit in-between and just put in the few seconds before and after a feature. Different angles... get some other peeps in there, and don't do that color changing shit cause you are gonna give some of the older guys on here a seizure.
Maybe I just see too many gopro vids on here, but I feel like unless you are filming all day every day, the average 30 days a season rider should only be throwing together 2 edits together in an entire season. That way everything on there is sick... or sortof ok at least.