There's a lot of people showing interest for it and it's only bound to grow. Don't think one deserves to be in the Small Talk General Videography subforum as it's a forgotten cellar full of cobwebs, spam bots, and morons. Plus everyone here has a pretty good appreciation for aesthetics and leave generally better critiques. Yea? Nea?
I guess I can start it off.
A little background- Been working on a project since winter 2009-2010. Started out just taking photos and it evolved into taking crappy clips. Sometime during that my buddies board broke and I let him borrow mine. For the rest of that season I was a dedicated cameraman. This is not so much a highlight reel of good tricks as it is (or at least I intended it to be) a story about making the best of what is given (in hindsight probably didn't convey that as well as I could have). All shot on one mountain with no lift tickets and really no money.
I shoot some footage on my 7D, all my processed stuff is just paintball. When this term ends in a week I wanna try and get more and maybe edit some. That guy breaking his leg is pretty ****ing intense I have to say.
Changed the thread title a little, I dig it. ...Just let me know if people start posting general videos on here that belong in the General Video sub-forum.
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i liked the video a lot taylin. i figured i'd mention it although you probably know. at 1:30 those lasers being exposed to your sensor can be very dangerous and can kill pixels in your sensor if you aren't careful. i'm assuming those lasers were probably very low powered so you're most likely fine though.
My background is in digital arts and I'm actually going to school for animation. These were my final projects for animation 1 and animation 2 about two years ago. Figure they'd give some more insight about what I do. I'm responsible for all assets of these pieces from modeling and texturing to animation, lighting and rendering. You could technically say I shot and processed this stuff, I just happened to be the one making it beforehand
I'll also show off this, a dynamic simulation of an autococker firing. The balls are entirely controlled by math solvers and are not animated in any way.