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Old January 9th, 2004, 09:28 PM   #16
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<<<-- Originally posted by Michael Connor : hey yea, i liked the music. I knew what the bloke who recomended faster music meant, but that song has a real character to it, and snow boarding is after all, to the more experienced, chilled out, not what it looks like to the outsider, all fast and frantic. If you need to, change the clips to the music rather than the music to the clips. Im sure with time this will be cool. Makes me want to go boarding so much!
I loved the shot with the pink sky, and the boarders going down the slope. How did you get that shot? What was the camera on to keep it steady? The sky looked amazing. -->>>

Well, I think im gonna keep the music. its only 1:00 long and aft er that song Im gonna really amp it up, kinda like a prelude to a shocker, and I will probably end up putting this clip in the middle of the whole flick just for a funny factor :)

The pink sky shot, hehehe...its fake. I did it in post to give the feeling of looking thru some colored ski goggles, Its my buddy filming me riding, it gives the feeling of a steady shot because I was going so fast down the hill coupled with the slow-mo I did in post.

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Its great feedback guys! thank you very much~!, good rec on the Swollen Members!

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Old January 10th, 2004, 11:46 AM   #17
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cheers for this, will ahve a look. You said you couldnt get... i couldnt, but did an update of the free quicktime programme, and seemed to sort problem out.
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Old January 10th, 2004, 11:50 AM   #18
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re john g, cheers for that, the pink sky looked natural! As for the shot, was your mate actually just using a tripod? It looked as maybe someone was following you on a sledge or something!
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