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is blade filmography different to skateboarding filmography?

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    is blade filmography different to skateboarding filmography?

    im looking into learning how to film skating, could i learn by watching the countless how to film skateboarding videos on youtube? never filmed a clip

    #2
    i think skateboarding was better filmed, but rollerblading has caught up. Learn how to use your camera first, then learn how to frame a proper shot, then worry about if someone is skating in it. a good shot is good regardless of who is doing what in it.

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      #3
      I don't think there is a way how you should film rollerblading or skateboarding. Do what that cool guy said above me.

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        #4
        just go out and film...you'll learn that every trick looks different depending on the filming angle. And filming rollerblading is a constant struggle to find a spot that works for the trick itself, the light situation and the framing. IF you're filming for a section u could also plan the shots to find ongoing movement between the cuts and maybe even film wrong in some parts to manipulate the viewers feel of the trick (i.e. film the tries and falls from an angle that makes the trick less good and the spot more difficult and stuff)

        with all that said...mostly its just about pressing the button fast enough and keep the cam steady.

        and run like hell when u get busted...cameradude is always the last who has packed his gear.
        be-magers are cruel but funny

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          #5
          Yes depending on what it is and personal opinion and what you're going for. Personally I think follow filming blading looks better filmed with a wide lens around 18mm crop sensor 24mm full frame but Fish eye for skateboarding because of fliptricks etc. Filming rails for blading a fush does the trick though. It's up to you though, if it looks good it looks good.

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            #6
            I've always taken metal notes when watching edits from dudes like SK, Dom West, Jonas Hansson, and other top filmers. Trial and error is most important though; just keep filming shit and figure out what looks good, and what doesn't...
            TIM HORTONS INLINE MOVIE!!!! @TIMHORTONS @TIMHORTONS @TIMHORTONS

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

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

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              #7
              Push all the buttons at once.

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                #8
                Just get a DSLR and hold it neck level at all times. Make sure your arms are stiffly straight out perpendicular to your body and pan very wiiiiiidely and slowwwwwly, and make sure the camera is always moving. And get a glide cam.

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                  #9
                  read this thread, look at the names you see, go find their videos online:

                  http://www.be-mag.com/msgboard/showt...rs-in-the-game


                  "Do you feel that Randy? The way the shit clings to the air? Shit blizzard."

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                    #10
                    Just do what Al said

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by ift View Post
                      Just get a DSLR and hold it neck level at all times. Make sure your arms are stiffly straight out perpendicular to your body and pan very wiiiiiidely and slowwwwwly, and make sure the camera is always moving. And get a glide cam.
                      Reading this was is like listening to nails on a chalk board.
                      This board is DEAD.

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