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Old 25 July 2009, 06:47   #41
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Sorry, Edmund. I have about 500 Gb of underwater/ fishing / boat footage on my computer, naff all of it on the web though. I'll have to get editing! ;-)

PS. What's the popular opinion on using some tunes to accompany boat footage. Yeah or nay? The continuous drone of an outboard does get a little boring IMO.
Wayne, I just watched the video... it's great. As for the music, I have never heard the song before but having been a power boater for many years, very familiar with rough water.... it's AWESOME! Quite fitting actually... high energy tunes to go along with the adrenaline rush of pounding some waves... all good!!! As a mountainbiker and downhill skier as well, all of the videos found for these sports have the high energy associated music selections... it helps you feel what's happening, you feel the rush, it puts you there! Great job Wayne... don't know how you do it, a very stable mount with image stabilization... But Yes, great footage on all the video's, creative editing as well... 2 Thumbs Up as my vote!

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Old 25 July 2009, 09:12   #42
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Sorry, Edmund. I have about 500 Gb of underwater/ fishing / boat footage on my computer, naff all of it on the web though. I'll have to get editing! ;-)

PS. What's the popular opinion on using some tunes to accompany boat footage. Yeah or nay? The continuous drone of an outboard does get a little boring IMO.

Nicely done video. Now as for music, if I want to hear a song, I'll pop a CD in the stereo or turn on the radio. When watching a boating video (esp. when at WOT), the scream of the engine and the pounding of the hull on the water is music to my ears. Keep it real. You can always briefly reference the song with a subtitle (at either the begining or end) if you feel people should give it a listen.

I realize I am probably in the minority about this.
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Old 25 July 2009, 11:53   #43
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Just for you PT, I'll knock up a 'Prodigy' free version for next week. ;-)
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Old 25 July 2009, 15:59   #45
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How about.... this Wayne?

A nice trolling speed video cruise, along the shore of a flowering meadow, a gentle breeze moderately blowing the flowers back and forth (perhaps slowing their motion in the video adding blur), everything in sepia coloring of course except for the Futura, it's occupants, and the flowers in background... ALL to the wonderful ANGELIC sound of ENYA !!!

LOL

Maybe that'll do it for him ?


Kidding of course... all in fun fellow SIB's!
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I am a member now !, i couldnt work out what it stood for till i did a google search, but i am signed up under the same username over there now

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I just joined up over at WSF as well. Would appreciate an invite too!
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Hi mate just tried to invite you,won t let me ,i will try and find out why ,very odd
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