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chefwong 07-08-2008 12:27 PM

I threw this together with the footage from a couple weeks ago <BR> <BR>Me wakeboarding and my buddy kneeboarding <BR> <BR>Any input for the next video? <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-R27UP9xkE" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-R27UP9xkE</a>

wakeboardlasvegas 07-08-2008 1:19 PM

I like.. are you filming in HD? if so, post on Vimeo.com

chefwong 07-08-2008 1:40 PM

No, I have a older sony Mini DV...I wish I had HD...

iamnathanhudson 07-08-2008 1:53 PM

Next time try holding the cam a little bit steadier side to side....one hint i have to help make smooth shots is to hold it underhanded and down at my hip. I took the hand strap off my camera because its useless to me now.

chefwong 07-08-2008 1:56 PM

I wasn't taping I was wakeboarding haha, but I think the number 1 thing to help that would be some calm water.

mrboston187 07-13-2008 2:41 PM

you should try and get closer with the chaseboat, because (and i dont know how close you were here) ive found that when youre further away, and zoomed in, any little movement you make is amplified in the camera shaking. and try different places too, like behind the rider, paralell with rider, in front of, or even straight behind the boat. tubecams are kind of a hassle, but if done right they produce some sick shots. Stationary shots are cool too, of like double ups and stuff. other than that good stuff man, thoise back rolls and crows were awesome

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