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Noob Ride Video 04/04/09 - April 9, 2009, 07:54 AM

Here's the video from the Noob Ride on 4/4. I posted it in the ride thread, but figured this would be a more appropriate place for it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7bPk2NQ260

Bear with me, this is only the second ride vid I've ever done, and this one was all handheld by my passenger because dumbass (me) broke the case for the GoPro. Could have come out worse though.


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Not a bad vid, good job! The music was good and the hand held camera gave a different perspective, I liked it!
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Not a bad vid, good job! The music was good and the hand held camera gave a different perspective, I liked it!
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looks like you had a good group ...


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And you guys hit like 10 turns in 6 minutes, that's impressive!!!
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Would you like some constructive criticism, or would you prefer smoke to be blown up your ass?
I welcome all comments. I want to make better vids. Like I said, this is the second ride vid I've done. And the fist that's had any editing whatsoever. The other one was just "here's the beginning of the road, ride it, here's the end". My edit-fu is weak. It was all handheld by the passenger in very windy conditions, and the ride was rather slow, so there wasn't a whole lot of impressive truns. So I spliced together what I had.

Seriously if you don't like it, tell me why. How else will I learn?


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Cool camera angles. You can see a lot more of the surroundings than you typically see when the camera is mounted on the tank and the view is through the windscreen.
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