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    Default My Mountain Bike Video...

    hey guys

    ive just released my 3rd mtb video over at my site...

    http://www.wesweatblood.co.uk

    theres a link rite on the front page to watch WSB3:'Street'

    let me no wot u think!

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    WOW! - Dude that is fantastic!!! Beautifully shot! Beautifully cut! the colour is rish and vibrant, the music has stepped away from the usual drivel you get with these videos. - The whole things is gorgeous! Have a big giant gold star!

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    Gotta admit... as soon as I saw Biking Video I pre-judged and passed on watching it. It's only Marks comment that made me watch. And I'm glad I did!

    Great vid. As Mark said, much, much better than the usual kak that I've seen in the past, just a little too long for my taste. Some thoughtful camera work in there.

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    thanks guys!

    glad to hear you enjoyed it!

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    yeah ,great video .I miss my bike.I can do all that stuff after a bottle of vodka.

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    i am not a junior ! or a HDTV ! i've got hidden talents!

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    I liked this. It was certainly a large cut above the usual BMX videos we see on here.
    About the only advice/critique I think I could add from what I've seen so far is that on a a few shots you've fallen fro the age old video problem of very large depth of field. For me there were a few shots in there that called out for a more narrow depth of field that followed the rider along, leving both foreground and background out of focus.

    It actually made me wonder whether it was shot on a point-and-shoot camera. Think about manual focus and exposure to restrict depth of field.

    Great stuff though and I'm not intending to bring it down.

    Alan

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    Not watched it all yet, gaccy net connection today, but what I have seen I really liked.

    BMX / skate / light sabre vids usually have me running for the hills and if I hadnt seen mark's comment i may have run, glad I didnt.

    Excellent- looks lush, nice slomo, atmospheric, actually communicates something of the sport and the people, will watch again soon when connection working.

    Thanks. Nice web site too.

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    just want to say thanks for the great feedback i've got from you guys!

    ive h ad lots of good reviews from th e MTB community but coming from the film making group means a bit more, to me at lerast as i made it.

    cheers guys!

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    sorry, but nothing loaded in the main frame after i linked to the WSBS3: street ...
    maybe its gone down after you guys have watched it?
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