Whaleback Mtn. from Jake Burns on Vimeo.
Mike Chmil and Nic dube having a real super half hour on the shotgun rail.
edited by Brock.g
The Flip Edit (Feb 09/10) from Reed Rosenbluth on Vimeo.
In the Morning - Beaver Creek 09/10 from Reed Rosenbluth on Vimeo.
I know this is a critique of the thread, not the videos, but I think (and have noticed) that this thread will be and has been basically just a video post fest, with more people posting videos than critiquing edits.
Unfortunately, I don't think this format will enable people to get in depth, focused critiques for their edits - critiques where people name shots and times about things they liked and didn't liked and overall detailed opinions on what the videographer could do better. Thats where the individual threads come in - it allows for one-on-one with the edit.
A better solution might be to make it a rule that you have to critique the edit above you before you can post one of your own. That way no one gets left out and everyone has to provide input. I can attest to the fact that actually writing down what you like and don't like in an edit makes those opinions and visions that much more tangible in your mind, therefore improving your filmmaking.
Just my two cents, and I know I'm a part of the problem by not critiquing anything. Sorry, my bad, but I don't have time to look into all of them and provide good viable detail. Keep up the good work!