Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Making movies

When Graham and I were out mountain biking on Sunday I was doing a drop while Graham was trying and failing to take a picture so it occurred to me that it would be easier to take at video, so at Fairlie glen we set about it.
The result was quite pleasing but at just over a minute long it is too big to post.
There are a few short sequences I may try to post somewhere but I'm not sure if I have all the tools to do it.
Yesterday I went out on the road bike for the first time in weeks and weeks, around Dalry and over Fairlie moor back for lunch then, since it was too nice to stay indoors I thought I'd get out for an adrenaline fix on the MTB.
Spent some time videoing again and caught some nice movie shots while enjoying a few thrills.
If I manage to post a short sequence I'll post it here.


Blogger Jinxx said...

Thats a cracking idea, videoing your MTB runs, pity there is no way to get them onto the web, i would love to see them.

Strange thing is, i was looking around for a helmet camera to film some of my runs

1:10 PM  
Blogger Jinxx said...

Just watched the video, and its got me wanting to see more, nice trail

6:48 PM  
Blogger Whee said...

Its a bit of a mix of several trails. I'm working on a slightly longer one and planning to use some of Anne's web space with Yahoo.
I'm thinking of doing some highlights from my local trails over the next few weeks but may have to get a bigger memory card for the camera.

10:43 PM  
Blogger Jinxx said...

Ever thought of uploading it to Youtube

12:30 PM  
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