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  • ElkCloner
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    Won this on ebay today.........shall we write our own music?

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  • DennisEvans
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    Originally posted by Dyn0miteMat View Post
    I can take care of the stills for us Got a few new lenses awaiting to get tried out this year
    SICK, be ready for some crazy shit. I'm warning you now.

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  • Dyn0miteMat
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    Originally posted by Godofmedia View Post
    I meant like an HD Canon lol, but I'm picking up a goPro this year for sure.
    I can take care of the stills for us Got a few new lenses awaiting to get tried out this year

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  • allz
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    You know i gonna help in this for sure!

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  • DennisEvans
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    I meant like an HD Canon lol, but I'm picking up a goPro this year for sure.

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  • ny300z
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    Originally posted by Godofmedia View Post
    I'd love to contribute to this project if at all needed.

    This sounds awesome and I wish I could afford a decent hd cam to do some recording at my local resort for beginner and intermediate lessons. Could also do some skiboard specific training videos as well.

    Keep us updated man.
    $250 for the goPro is a hell of a deal i think, i love it.

    and u have to have one if ur the "god of media"

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  • DennisEvans
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    I'd love to contribute to this project if at all needed.

    This sounds awesome and I wish I could afford a decent hd cam to do some recording at my local resort for beginner and intermediate lessons. Could also do some skiboard specific training videos as well.

    Keep us updated man.

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  • SkaFreak
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    Don't have the camera, but you already know that I'm close by. I'm definitely in for whatever I can help you with. Just let me know.

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  • harrysiii
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    sounds great, man. I'll see what I can get. I have a new gopro HD, and also just got a Panasonic 1080p/60 camcorder.

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  • Ethan
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    As you already know, I'm in anyway I can.

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  • koneco
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    I know this isn't skiboarding, but this is the type of video I thought about when you started talking about 4DP: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uINXBMLWLr0&t=2m4s

    And I wish we had some terrain parks like THAT. That would be what I would work up to. That is Fr33dom.

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  • Dave Bloom
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    While I will be the chief editor I am leaving camera work in many of your hands while I too will be out creating shots. I can spin different types of shots into a good video, but if anyone is concerned about learning how to film appropriately, maybe we can start a new thread dedicated to different filming techniques. That might be beneficial far beyond just this project. It could lead to a lot of great videos showing up on the skiboarding scene. Good call.

    Brick, I do have all of the Jay footage but I don't have any footage from the Midwest Meet. I didn't know where was any.

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  • ElkCloner
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    You've got all my Jay stuff. Do you have any of my Bohemia clips?

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  • ny300z
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    Originally posted by slow View Post
    fourdown,

    Good to read of your project. I look forward to viewing the results.

    Although you state that we should not worry about the details of the camera work, I for one would appreciate your insights of the do's and don'ts when video taping.
    me too, im a noob when it comes to this and i wanna learn as much as i can

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  • slow
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    fourdown,

    Good to read of your project. I look forward to viewing the results.

    Although you state that we should not worry about the details of the camera work, I for one would appreciate your insights of the do's and don'ts when video taping.

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