Posts tagged: gopro hd
2011 is almost done with and 2012 is right around the corner. 9OneOne Racing based out of the Richmond Area is gearing up for the 2012 season. Once again here’s a video show casing the team.
Any support is more than welcome, or if anyone knows a business that would like to donate and or be a sponsor that would be even better. For more information you can contact 9OneOne Racing via facebook here
Testing the slow motion of my new GoPro Hero 2, this is the WVGA 120fps slow to .125 original record speed. I am impressed with it thus far, I couldn’t imagine what a plugin like Twixtor would do for it :)
Stop Motion of my final group ride and also my final long ride of the year and for a very long time also.
I made this Video of the Richmond Canal Walk over the summer and had posted it here in the past. But it seems there has been a lot more RVA activity since school has started so I decided to post it again for anyone to view.
Oh and as a note this looks much better when played in HD
This is 9oneone Racing’s Video Debut. I made this video for my friends who also race motorcycles in CCS. This was filmed over 2 days at Virginia Intl Raceway during the Cornerspeed Mid Atlantic Ducati Trackday event. They used those 2 track days as practice gearing up for the real race this upcoming weekend. So please check it out, and reblog and or like to help support a local Motorcycle Race Team right here in Richmond Virginia
As someone who has been doing video for a little bit now but is changing more over to film, and yet has just only become serious about photography I find there are many similarities but there are just as many differences between the two.
I find photography is good practice at choosing subjects, figuring out the kind of shot you want and what you want it to say on the fly. That helps when translating into film because film especially with a DSLR camera is much more time consuming to get it right. If your familiar with your camera and shooting with it, how settings work for conditions, you will be able to accelerate filming takes vs taking too much time trying to dial in the camera. There are so many variables that change and can change rapidly when shooting video or film that being on top of your game is very important.
Choosing a camera, well that is a whole different story in it’s self I won’t get much into. I will talk about the 2 camera’s I use. I use a GoPro HD motorsports, and a Canon EOS 60D. The gopro is a POV type camera that is excellent for action shots and or in places you cannot fit a larger camera. The Canon 60D is excellent still photo camera that also has the ability to take some very very good video also. I think for me the 60D attraction is the prospect of creating and filming video that is as good as a the pictures the camera can take, and when you can do that you’ve got something going on there.
Regardless of a picture or a video clip or even a short, each should do their own talking and tell their own story. If you have the passion, the drive and patience you can create something amazing and share it with the rest of the world.
This was taken up on RT56 not far from Vesuvius Virginia in Rockbridge county. This is a stream right off of the roadway, one of my favorite motorcycle stomping grounds. This picture was taking with a Gopro HD, and there are no corrections or edits done to the picture.