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there should be a "how to" for filimg rollerblading

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    there should be a "how to" for filimg rollerblading

    theres literally a how to for everything, idk just a thought

    also i got myself the t3i as recommended, im quite happy with it, wish i had a fisheye lens though i was gonna get it but it would have drained my pockets completely lol

    happy 4-20 B]

    #2
    fisheye is not that important i think. there are too many super shaky fisheye DSLR edits. get other accesories instead. ND filters, a solid tripod, etc.

    for the "how to" thing, the best is to just be creative, or watch other good edits (Dom West ) .
    Last edited by HollyBoni; 20.04.2013, 14:03.

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      #3
      This guy has a whole series. Really nicely done.


      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHJVcaaRnNg

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VZMbngPFF8

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RI7jVOMx8A

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7_ZI2P-YbY

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        #4
        There is no "right way" to film rollerblading, but id say there are definitely many "wrong ways" haha. Watch some edits from filmers such as Dom West, Sean Kelso, Jonas Hansson, Joey McGarry, Richie Eislers recent stuff, some of Ivan Narez's stuff, etc...
        TIM HORTONS INLINE MOVIE!!!! @TIMHORTONS @TIMHORTONS @TIMHORTONS

        http://vimeo.com/113201750 (MOVIE)

        https://vimeo.com/109560636 (TRAILER)

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          #5
          People need to practice taking photos and have knowledgeable photographers critique them. A good photographer usually makes a good filmer.

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