Head above the parapet time again.
Last summer, members of my video club descended upon Sunbury-on-Thames regatta with a view to seeing if we could make a film. Four of us came up with movies and this is my contribution.
It's a perfect example of how not to make a film (but how we amateurs often do): turn up without any idea of what you're going to film and see if you can make anything out of it afterwards.
I made this with the regatta attendees as the intended audience: hence the length - at 14 mins plus it's much longer than I would make for a more general audience (ie people who'll watch without any expectation of catching a glimpse of themselves). Having said that, I've tried to make it lots of very short episodes in an effort to hold interest.
Most of the footage was shot by me though some (in particular the Tug-of-War) was shot by two other members who were happy to film, but didn't want to do anything more so they donated their footage to me.
I'm not after any medals and I'm not going to "improve" on it based on comments here, but I'd gladly take all criticism on board as it'll no doubt help me with future films. Thanks in anticipation.
It's in two parts (hence the two links in this one thread). And part two doesn't particularly rely on having watched part one.