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New edit tell me what you think!
I made an edit last night for the TSP ReBeat contest.
Tell me what you think!
really like it, I wish there were some moving shots and a bit more variety in the angles. I also would have liked to have seen a few more quadcopter shots.
Just wondering, what is that contest that it is in?
i really was not a fan of the intro, it SCREAMED amateur. if your gonna do something like that, dont film it, record it using one of those screen capture programs. Rest of the edit was sick though
cool edit. The one thing that stands out to me in your edits is your tripod, looks so damn fluid. Lots of same angles but it didn't really bother me. The slow-mo was pretty distracting, there were a couple times that it seemed to work but for the most part the cuts seemed pretty random. focus/color was on point. As always the riders you film are ridiculously good and for once i enjoyed the snowboarder shots.
Agree with bmo about the intro, you play coastin and then change to song that's just as played
music "to" shitty... really? haha
that was probably my favourite edit from you, loved the tripod shots! would've loved to hear some actual audio though
Was that a heli flying around?
And sick video, I was going to enter... But now i'm not so sure.
Apologize, didn't watch all the way through. Nevermind.
Your best so far if you ask me. Composition was really nice. Also that Sachtler tripod seems to do the trick: shots are very fluid!
The variety was lacking, but you've got the tripod shots down, those were all really nice. Maybe mix it up; in your last edit the glidecam shots really stood out for me. And yes: the intro was horrible, but that doesn't really matter - the shots were good.
I think the biggest thing you have to work on is making the edit all-around more fun to watch. The vibe is lacking. The quality of your shots surely isn't.
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