Originally Posted by Ghost
Maybe you had best not use me as a guide, but I like to see high speed narrow chutes, steeps, skiing. Helmet cam that puts you on the skis for vicarious sense of skiing the line is good.
What I don't like is a lot of scenery, getting ready, riding up the tram, etc. Half the videos I see posted on youtube or the like are just wasting 2 to 3 minutes of my life so I can see the next 2 minutes of skiing. I really don't care to watch someone putting on a helmet.
EDIT: Big lines on open terrain is ok too, as is skiing through trees at speed. Watching someone side slip and hop turn down a steep chute at 3 mph, even if it is a no-fall zone does nothing for me.
Skiing wise, we ski what we like to ski, some days we straightline chutes, other days we jib around on cliffs. So it's not really the skiing I'm asking about (sorry that I was a bit unclear) but rather the content, of course there will be a lot of kick ass skiing Helmetcams we have.
Here is one edit I made, a crashed camera took out a memory card with the best days of the season, but the videoblogg won't be like this. Just lots of clips of skiing and nothing else makes a bad blog imho, maybe someone else thinks differently, if so, tell me.
Thats my contribution to Freeride Video Awards ("En kort edit från Revelstoke v2.0" is it's name there http://www.freeride.se/videoawards/play.php will be up tomorrow, monday, you can vote if you think it's worthy EDIT directlink http://www.freeride.se/videoawards/play.php?video=281 )
Here is a list of things that I whought of, what else is there you want to see? Or maybe don't want to see?
- Skiing is pretty given
- Stuff that makes you get to know the riders
- Roadtrips, visiting smaller, unknown, resorts
- Everyday life
Edited by Jarle - 10/25/10 at 12:36am