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    3 years skate anniversary

    Hey Everyone! I have FINALLY made another skate profile type edit of myself. Its my 3 year skate anniversary. Please check it out. Like it on YouTube (if you like it), comment, favourite it (if you liked it that much lol), Subscribe (if you want to see more), and Share it (if you thought it was good enough :P). Here it is guys, hope you enjoy. Cheers to 3 years rolling!


    #2
    everything was bad.

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      #3
      It's alright man, check out this horrible edit from when I first started making videos.

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        #4
        Originally posted by fast eddie View Post
        everything was bad.
        ouch. I got burned

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          #5
          Originally posted by chris duke View Post
          It's alright man, check out this horrible edit from when I first started making videos.


          haha. Tbh I thought that was pretty good skating. You have a unique and cool style. How long was you skating in that video?

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            #6
            Uh, I don't know. I think 5 years?

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              #7
              Originally posted by fast eddie View Post
              everything was bad.
              I disagree.

              Your skating is good, you carry a lot of speed through (most) of your tricks and do a variety of them.

              Regarding the edit, for various reasons I had to watch it muted but from what I understand from the slow-motion and such you're trying to make it "professional" (in terms of cinematography) and "dramatic". This is fine, and great if you enjoy doing it, but it's very, VERY difficult to make something that's not dramatic (e.g. your skating) look dramatic through filming and editing alone. Trying to achieve this "seriousness" in a rollerblading video is usually what ruins it for me. This is just my opinion, of course, but I would recommend you try to make rollerblading look fun instead, which can cause a video with very simple skating very enjoyable to watch. Watch the mushroomblading videos for an example of FUN editing!

              If you want you could re-edit the footage in a "fun" style and post it up here, it'd be interesting to compare the results.

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                #8
                Originally posted by andreas542 View Post
                I disagree.

                Your skating is good, you carry a lot of speed through (most) of your tricks and do a variety of them.

                Regarding the edit, for various reasons I had to watch it muted but from what I understand from the slow-motion and such you're trying to make it "professional" (in terms of cinematography) and "dramatic". This is fine, and great if you enjoy doing it, but it's very, VERY difficult to make something that's not dramatic (e.g. your skating) look dramatic through filming and editing alone. Trying to achieve this "seriousness" in a rollerblading video is usually what ruins it for me. This is just my opinion, of course, but I would recommend you try to make rollerblading look fun instead, which can cause a video with very simple skating very enjoyable to watch. Watch the mushroomblading videos for an example of FUN editing!

                If you want you could re-edit the footage in a "fun" style and post it up here, it'd be interesting to compare the results.
                wow thanks for the reply man. Erm thinking on how to reply back lol. In all honesty when I am editing I am not thinking to many anything professional or dramatic or fun or anything like that...honestly. I am always having pure fun when skating. Always smiling and joking. Never serious.
                I slowed down the first trick coz of my friend saying "ooooooh baby" thought it was funny lol. I slowed down the bit on the halfpipe just simply to buy time for the the landing to hit the beat. and I slowed down the last trick actually because I was really happy I managed to land it. The ledge is slanted in so makes it harder than it looks and was just really Haps to do it.
                I don't think I will re-edit it, purely because I am too lazy. Maybe on the next edit I will try out a more 'Fun' approach.

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