They are both equally horrible. Ill give you a start.
1.Lighting. Everything was blurry, it was dark and looked like it was raining. Basically, it looked like a shitty session. Looks like you guys not no pleasure in being out there. There was no reason to come out.
2. Image quality. Cant stress this enough. If the image doesnt blow your fucking mind to Mars, that means you need to upgrade your filming equipment. And no your phone is NOT a quality imaging device. Both videos were blurry, and you had humidity on the lens.
3. Direction. To make a decent video, you need to know what feel you want to take your edit. Both videos seemed to be filmed on the spurr of the moment, with little attention to detail. Everything was shaky and all the angles made the box look small and wussy with small failed tricks. Then in the post production, you just slapped on a song and randomly put in FXs. You cant do that, an edit has to flow, build anticipation and make it feel like you have been there.
4.Trick quality. Nothing looked cool and nothing was stomped. The difficulty of the tricks are not really important, but you must show how you differ from other riders. In both edits you looked like gapers. To avoid the gaper edit: practice your tricks before shooting, customize your tricks and make them look easy to do.
Now dump this shit, take some advice and try to actually produce a directed edit. good luck!
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