Showcasing some of the Uk's up and coming mountain bike talent.
Tom Grundy's Webisode One
Filmed in 1 month with some of the best up and comi...
Just Clearing Out the Little Clips before a big project
also trying out a few e...
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Ollie Wilkins (DMR)
Sam Reynolds (DMR)
Mike Smith (Charge)
Ride at Kec...
Webisode 1 is allready out..and what about webisode 2?? well That should be coming your way on the 1st of Feb..Featuring the best in Uk Tallet. Dhing from Charlie Collins, Simon Parsons and Chris Gray. Aswell as some Dirt jumping from Sam reynolds and Ryan Nangle, Including 720's and 360 tailwhips..
Be Here Feb 1st!
Whats Coming up.
Planning a massive video project.
Cant decide between web episodes or one big project!..tell me what you think.
Should be a mix of downhill and dirt jump, and filming starts...Now!
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It'll be a while to set up properly but it's starting to happen.
If you asked faultline about cameras, here's my two cents. I've got a Panasonic HDC-SD1 camcorder, and it works like a dream!! it has a wide angle lens, so it shoots in 16:9, and the pixelage is 1080p. It puts out pro video, and costs about a grand. Best buy of my mom's life, I only just started filming with it and can already tell how awesome it is. I made a short video with it, but it didn't upload right... it doesn't play here or on pinkbike, but hey I'll figure it out eventually. but be carefull- it runs with an AVC-HD encoding setting, and you will need a high end program to edit with. I use final cut express 4, and pro works as well, but I haven't used other programs. Hope this helps.
Thanks for the comment. Their is only one of me doing the videos, as in filming and editing. Sometimes a few of the shots are shot by buddies, but mostly me. So don't feel like it's hard to do with one person. Just takes a bit of work. For all the webisodes and video's that we currently have up we have used a Sony SR-12. Has some great quality, it's just a little lacking in the settings. It only has very basic settings. One of the camera's I've heard alot about is the Canon HV-20 or HV-30. It's fairly cheap, but pumps out the image of a $5,000 professional camera. Check out www.vimeo.com and search those cameras in the search and you'll find some great video's shot with that. If you have a larger budget, then go with the Panasonic HVX200 which is what we'll be upgrading to in a month or so. Let me know if that helps. Again, thanks for watching!! -EricP.
I think you should do one big project, but broken into downhill and dj sections. I can't wait to see what you crank out!
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Hey Tom, you've been uploading some great videos for a while now. Did you want me to upgrade your account to a Producer Profile?
you look a bit like ian collins from mbuk
nyc pic, is it of u?
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Thanks for the compliment Tom.
You've got some really great pictures on your profile. Keep up the good work.