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SenBilverglateYour filming technique and all that will get better with practice and as you get better camera stuff. What I would focus on is telling a story with your editing. So like that clip from inside the chalet and the one of the broken edge are on the right track, and so are the fails (although I would only include one or to fails before showing the clip where they land the trick rather than showing like 6 fails lol). Also try to not include vertical videos or square videos with borders. Try ur best while ur out filming to film in landscape mode (unless you are gonna post the entire edit in portrait orientation, in which case definitely film everything in portrait). A good editing software that is free is davinci resolve, but for now iMovie or whatever ur using is gonna be fine. Hope that helps.
BruceDogFartI'll try to embed an edit I did in here so you guys know where I'm at.
Petar_DimanovA couple of comments later:
"I wasnt the one editing it"
Note that I don't have any filming experience and that I'm only giving you tips based on a viewer's experience.
-You got the right music choice in my opinion, it's energetic and fast which enables fast switching between shots. A couple of the shots seemed unnecessarily long and could be shortened a little bit so that you can keep the fast momentum given by the song. For example cut one long shot into two or three, removing some short footage which doesn't add any value to the final story of the shot.
-I also agree with @SenBilverglate that adding 1 or 2 fails on the same feature is enough (you can just include the part of the video where the skier falls off the rail early, etc) because I got bored after the 4th time because I already knew what to expect.
-Probably you can add some follow cams, if possible.
And don't forget, practice makes perfect :)
**This post was edited on Jan 21st 2021 at 2:37:10am
**This post was edited on Jan 21st 2021 at 2:37:52am