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1) NEW TRICKS/FRESH IDEAS
- It is key that you develop a new or unique idea. Filming the same trick or spot over and over can get old. Having that extra freshness to your video can help retain the attention of the audience.
2) TRICK LIST
-It is easy to forget all your tricks or combinations that you are capable of. Keep a word document of tricks or crazy ideas. That way when it comes time for your video you just check off the tricks as you pound them out for the camera. Also this will help keep a balance of the tricks featured in your video.
3) CAMERA ANGLES
-When filming a trick it is important to integrate different angles. Think how you can film it in 2-3 shots (close up, wide shot, and moving for example). Think how you can integrate these shots to make the trick flow together.
-Make sure when you do moving shots to keep the subject big in the screen. Donâ€™t be afraid to get up close. Too many times the subject is too far away and small.
-When filming moving shots, mix it up between filming for behind, in front, to one side, down low, and up high.
-Put thought into your shots. When shooting think to yourself what you want to convey and what will be the best shots to capture that.
-Do not be afraid to do multiple tries of the same shot to get it right. You know what they say, â€œVariety is the spice of lifeâ€.
4) VIDEO LENGTH
-Having your video drag on and on is never a good thing. Make your videoâ€™s length work with whatâ€™s new for your video. If you do not have that many new ideas or moves a 1 minute video is better than a 4 minute one that drags on.
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-Finding good locations can be hard especially if you are young and donâ€™t have access to a car. When you find new spots, write them down to make sure you go there for filming.
6) FILMING BOARD AND SHOE
-Make sure you are comfortable on the board you are filming and that it fits the situation. Having a board with hard wheels is not ideal from filming. You want something that rolls nice and smooth so that the shot will look the same.
-When filming a moving subject often you will have to footbrake to keep them in the frame and keep your shot good. Take one of your crappy shoes and sacrifice it to the filming gods. This way you will not have to worry about destroying your shoe.
-It is ideal to have music picked out ahead of time when making your video, this way you can listen to the music and envision the video.
-If you donâ€™t have music picked out no biggie, just try to find something that matches the flow of what you filmed.
-If you are stuck on ideas for you video, film a little bit and edit what you have and more ideas will come to you.
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-Editing is where your video comes to life.
-Cut out the dead time. Too many times I see videos where a clip drags on for a couple seconds more than it needs to. Be smart when cutting, a millisecond can make all the difference.
9) COLOR CORRECTION
-Final Cut Pro has an effect called 3-Way Color Correction. I use this on all of my clips to give them more contrast and saturation. Simpler programs have some sort of color correction effect and you should use this to make your clips look more
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