Cycling Videos MTB, Road and Motorcycling Action

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Cycling Videos MTB, Road and Motorcycling Action

Postby psymaan » Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:44 am


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Re: Cycling Videos MTB, Road and Motorcycling Action

Postby AUbicycles » Wed Jan 02, 2013 3:15 pm

What kind of feedback are you after.
First thing I notice is the quality and it would be good to reach for the maximum quality that the sports cam give.
From the camera technique - you have different mount positions which is interesting, though particularly in fast switching, if you switch to different tracks and different lighting conditions it doesn't flow as it otherwise could (though understandably adds another dimension to the filming where you spend more time on setup and less time riding.

It depends on the aims, they are fun videos, nice to share. If you had more specific goals then you would plan and then film accordingly.

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Re: Cycling Videos MTB, Road and Motorcycling Action

Postby psymaan » Wed Jan 02, 2013 7:33 pm

Thanks, you're right on the lighting conditions. Any feedback to make them interesting welcome.

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Re: Cycling Videos MTB, Road and Motorcycling Action

Postby Jean » Thu Jan 03, 2013 9:22 am

I'd suggest that you give some thought to planning your videos if you really want to make something entertaining, and note that the the best videos tell a story in some way. If you just want to collect bits of footage from rides that's fine, but a really interesting video probably won't come of it. You also have to include more off bike shots. That means you have to break up your ride and do shot set ups, but that's the price.

Well done for having a go though. Check out this guy's work. You don't have to aim for the same production quality (and he's a bit cheesy at times), but look at how he's put them togther.

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http://vimeo.com/filmevondraussen

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