A couple of the keystone shots were a little bit under exposed
Your white balance wasn't constant through the whole edit, matching that would help the shots from different lighting flow better
A couple of the follows were a little bit shakey
Overall, good work, I think we met on a lift at keystone one of those days when I was filming with the tele dudes
NS is like your family. It's dysfunctional as hell but you still have to love it.
"colorado seems like a sweet place except for the people that go there because it seems like a sweet place making it no longer a sweet place..."
Yah I am definitely working on my glidecam shots because I know they were a tad shaky haha And I understand matching white balance next time. With this edit I was more working on keeping the colors more natural and not over exposing and crushing blacks like on my last edit. And thanks for the feedback man! And yah I think I remember you haha
"There is no such thing as a friend on a powder day"
haha that was pretty sick..its so funny how everyone tries to mimic zac moxleys style of edit, mostly the intro...i know thats a vague thing to say and zac doesnt own that type of intro but im always reminded of it when i see a pan of a rider looking at the mountains followed by a glidecam shot skiing up to the rider...
That general idea for an intro has been around for a long time. it's a pretty go-to style of intro. zac does a very good job of it, but to say that kids are mimicking him when using that style of intro is definitely not necessarily true.