I've been making a video podcast called "Front Range Ski Life" about skiing (and yes boarding) in Colorado. It's about skiing and good snow, but also the culture of being a Front Range skier.
Some details about the production.
-I shoot with 2 cameras, a new Canon HD Vixia HF10,and a 4-year old Canon MiniDV, ZR200.
-I edit the movie with Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 9.
-I post the video podcast on iTunes, YouTube, Rip TV, & Facebook.
Some comments and thoughts.
-I'm not a pro. I do this just for fun, so my equipment, software, and posting is limited to what I've gotten my hands on and/or been willing to pay for.
-Getting the HD camera has been awesome. It's a flash drive camera and produces a much better picture. I like using the small cameras as they fit easily into packs or jackets for quick access and easy carrying.
-Posting to websites has limited the size of the output, which does limit the picture quality. But the amount of video sharing websites has made it so much easier for me to get this out there.
Check out the two episodes so far,
Episode 1, "Early Season" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDsoS...eature=related
Episode 2, "Dew Tour & More" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Z9OIfK4wnY
I'd love to hear your thoughts on your productions, comments, tips, etc.