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bigevilgrape


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has any one here ever filmed climbing? i am going to be filming some climbing and i wondered if anyone had any poiters for me


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Hi, I actually am filming one right now. A major pointer is to find good music to put in the background, because it get's annyoing just listening to people grunting, unless you're into that kind of thing...
Another biggie if getting shots from different angles then piecing it in during editing, and think of funky angles and shots to put in, it's ok to include shots from other attempts if it makes it better.

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I have done one and am working on some others.

it is a long process. the main thing is getting enough footage. i have filmed a whole 90 mini DV tape only to get a couple minutes of good footage after the editing.

as far as the music goes, yeah pick some good stuff that goes with the style of climbing you are filming.

the main thing is just film alot and have fun with it.

check this out if you like

http://www.azclimbing.com


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