I like your fixed POV shots. If/when you do get some mounts, definitely throw in some of these. In fact, based on this, I think I might get a tripod attachment for mine so I can use it with my ultrapod so I can attach it to trees, prop it up on rocks, and that sort of thing.
Yeah I just have a tripod mount and a little gorrillapod that I was wrapping around tree limbs or putting it on rocks. I don't know if all my vids will have these mounts...but I do like to switch it up...keeps it less boring, but much harder and longer to shoot...good for solo days.
That was very well done. Good job setting up all the shots. I would make each of the clips about half as long though. The rider is often a dot in the distance for a significant portion of the clip, and the rider often rides out of the frame and there is a long pause after that before the scene cut happens. But other than those editing points, it's a great little vid. :thumbsup:
first off got to say excellent job,,,, well done ,,,,, the angles that you used were great,,,,really captures the trail and riding,,,,,, but i would agree with the other guy, about clipping out the pauses and keeping it more continuous, it was an excellent vid though, and i did watch it all the way through to the end, well done keep up the good work,
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