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    Very average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    Very average.

    editing or riding ?

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    First thing I do with these kind of videos is turn the music off and watch it, and yep, there's a guy riding a bike around.

    Beware of allowing good music to have you think that you've made a good film.

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    I meant the filming and editing.

    What would improve this piece is if you have footage that you can cut together to make it look like you shot the bike rider from different angles and focal lengths. As it is now you just seem to have one camera shot with the same focal distance all the way through.

    When filming always get long shots, mid shots and especially these days, close ups. Having this will make the editing easier as you will have more choices of footage to pick from. Having a variation in shots will make the video more interesting. Get the rider to do the same trick a number of times and get the long shot, mid shot and close up. Also shoot from different angles ie side shot, front shot, back shot, low down, high up etc.

    That will take your video to above average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    I meant the filming and editing.

    What would improve this piece is if you have footage that you can cut together to make it look like you shot the bike rider from different angles and focal lengths. As it is now you just seem to have one camera shot with the same focal distance all the way through.

    When filming always get long shots, mid shots and especially these days, close ups. Having this will make the editing easier as you will have more choices of footage to pick from. Having a variation in shots will make the video more interesting. Get the rider to do the same trick a number of times and get the long shot, mid shot and close up. Also shoot from different angles ie side shot, front shot, back shot, low down, high up etc.

    That will take your video to above average.
    thanks bro

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