uturngood edit, but the camera movements are really fast and jerky
ben_collinsIt was pretty overexposed in the beginning as well
Aidin954Completely agree. Wish I had some ND filters but next time!
ben_collinsor you could drop the aperture or ISO. What setting were you filming at because last time I filmed skiing (sadly it was last year, haven't gone up yet) My settings were shutter: 125, ISO: 100, Aperture: Between 11 and 16 and it worked fine
ben_collinsthats weird then. Were you using cinestyle or another flat profile
Aidin954Nope. Not at all. It was really odd. I figured it was just the camera.
ben_collinsthats your problem, if you use cinestyle it will help other words the camera will try to adjust with it and it will get really messed up and look super overexposed
cb27.Night shots I think you could've zoomed out a bit for the same effect, and with less jerky camera movements.
1kewldewdI liked it but I think you could have cut out a lot of the early offs on rails and some of the stuff where the person didn't land anything but they also didn't crash in an entertaining way. That would also make it a little bit shorter which was my other suggestion though it was not terribly long and overall very enjoyable to watch.
gavinrudyNever had a problem before with too much light and no ND filter. Usually I shoot ISO100, f13, 1/200 shutter. You sure you didn't have something jacked up too high/low that made it overexpose?