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post #1 of 16
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Some footoage I was finally able to edit from this past spring in Steamboat.  I have another vid I'll add in a bit, waiting for Vimeo to publish it. ( I've never embedded video so if it doesn't work here's the link: http://vimeo.com/23736551)  Enjoy!

 

 

 

post #2 of 16

nice stuff. better POV than 99 percent of the stuff out there.

 

you friend in the blue has funny falls as well.

 

 

post #3 of 16
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Thanks, this is my first attempt at editing video so kind of fun to learn what to do and what not to do with my camera next year.  Bummed that stupid string got in the way of my buddies first fall... and by the way both of those falls were literally 2 mins apart, it was hysterical.  I unfortunately shot most of my vid in 720p all spring because I didn't have a good sd card, so hopefully next year get some better picture quality.  And played with some fun mounts toward the end of the year so hopefully I'll get some more creative shots next season.

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Thanks, this is my first attempt at editing video so kind of fun to learn what to do and what not to do with my camera next year.  Bummed that stupid string got in the way of my buddies first fall... and by the way both of those falls were literally 2 mins apart, it was hysterical.  I unfortunately shot most of my vid in 720p all spring because I didn't have a good sd card, so hopefully next year get some better picture quality.  And played with some fun mounts toward the end of the year so hopefully I'll get some more creative shots next season.



If your posting up on Vimeo shooting in 720 or 1080 wont look any different even in HD, in fact i am suprised you video wasnt HD at 720p.

post #5 of 16

Just commented on this on Diva, but I missed this part. Definitely a fan of the editing! Good music choice. Interesting and envy-inspiring (isn't that the point?). ;)

post #6 of 16

Every time I say I am "done" looking at POV's of unknown people skiing, I open one like yours and I am hooked again.  Thanks!

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Every time I say I am "done" looking at POV's of unknown people skiing, I open one like yours and I am hooked again.  Thanks!



generally you can tell in 30 seconds whether to keep watching or not. Most people who cant ski shouldnt be allowed to by POV cameras :)

 

she can ski.

post #8 of 16


You should knowTamara, she rocks.
 

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Every time I say I am "done" looking at POV's of unknown people skiing, I open one like yours and I am hooked again.  Thanks!



Tam, here did you shoot most of this? 

 

post #9 of 16

Am I the only person who doesn't like watching these, especially when they are good?  It just makes me hopmad.gif that I'm not there.

post #10 of 16
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Almost all of this is in our sidecountry (canyon).  Only shots inbounds are the opening shot (North St Pats) and any time you see aspens (shadows/closets) and shot right before the end is East Face.  Other than that it's all out of bounds.  I have another video with a bunch of shadows/closets shots I haven't uploaded yet.
 

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Tam, here did you shoot most of this? 

 



 

post #11 of 16
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And here's the B-roll.  Didn't realize before I had to actually save to HD format for it to be an HD file... I'm a beginner:

 

 

post #12 of 16

GREAT JOB! love it, dog-cam was awesome!

post #13 of 16

Nice job! I loved both vids. I cant stop thinking about when you hit that tree on the first video. Did it hurt? lol

post #14 of 16

Loved the pond skimming too!  biggrin.gif

post #15 of 16
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Shockingly that tree hit didn't hurt at all, I'm apparently a pretty rubbery individual so I've been pretty lucky with some of the falls I've taken skiing and biking... I think I took off the top two feet of that tree though... and no clue how I managed to hit that when I was in a wide open area with basically only three trees I needed to avoid.  And the pondskim was more of a pond splash because the snow was so sticky that it was impossible to get enough speed to even skim 2 feet, no one even made it halfway across the pond.

post #16 of 16

Well thats good to hear! No injuries. I watched it and was like oooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOO TREE!

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