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I dunno man, fisheyes are only the quick way out if you don't know what your doing with it. I think it is almost more difficult to film a proper fisheye angle then it is longlens. You gotta look at it as a tool for filming. Fisheyes exaggerate reality, ... more »
But when a fisheye is used properly you can't beat it. I feel like there are very few bmx filmers that really know how to use a fish. Tony Ennis is a prime example of how a fish should look. I'm normally not one to post bnqt stuff. But, this video is... more »
If you run a mac iMovie might be your best bet for starting out. It has become a pretty powerful and easy to use program over the last couple of generations. I highly recommend it to get your feet wet. After that the programs go up exponentially with ... more »
try creativecow.net they have everything about anything that you might ever want to know on a number of programs, cameras, and just random stuff. Even tons of tutorials from some of the best of the best.
By doing these you are infringing on the copy rights of every video you take work from and put it online. I'm sure it's fun making these kind of edits but your best bet would to keep them offline and off of youtube. Especially when the real FIt Bikes ... more »
Pretty much all BMX and skateboarding videos are made on the Sony VX series cameras. Although the times are changing and other cameras are being used, you can't go wrong with one of them. There are a good number of smaller consumer HD cameras that might ... more »
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