Hell, I want that Triumph!!!
I think that was about the coolest bike there in my opinion, but I have a soft spot for those old British bikes.
Thanks for the positive comments.
I'm trying to get better at the filming and editing stuff in a variety of scenarios.
Funny thing is, the shots you take time to set are sometimes the most boring or weakest of the bunch, while the random stuff wen your not really thinking about it sometimes turns out the best.
At any rate, my advise, film tons of stuff, everything and anything, way more then you think you may ever need. When it comes to working out the editing and final cuts youll find you may not have enough variety to keep it interesting.
I need to work on my interview and commentating skills. Paul did an awesome job with the KTM. I need to do more of that....but I feel so cheesy doing it...
I did manage to interview the grill cook and that added some texture to the film short.
The intro is kind of out of context and might have to be cut out, but I was really wanting to play with that cutout/masking effect and make something whimsical. I had that still photo of those two high fiving on the Ducati's and it just took off from there. Kind of a personal joke amongst friends, but I hope you all got a kick out of it.
Also take lots of still shots to go along with the video.
But I digress......