Shot over 2 days riding on the Isle of Man in March 2013. It was shot on 2 GoPro’s and a Canon 600D. Pretty happy with this one as shooting while riding can mean a lot of work to do in the edit to make something worth while. This time however it all came together fairly easily. It’s also been a year since I did my last bike video so it was nice to get back into the groove of making them.
Most of the footage in this is from the GoPro’s. I used a few shots from the Canon but I’m still getting used to using it for this type of action filming. When considering the things I have shot with the Canon though I would put them all in the bracket of only having one chance to get a shot. So I found it quite surprising at how badly the footage from the Canon came out. Oh well more practice I guess. I’ll just keep persevering and hopefully I’ll be happy with what I get one day.
I did a lot of work on the colour as I was keen to give it a “look”, but it was difficult to match footage from days with completely different light and weather. Regardless I think I managed to give it an over all feel which was the goal.
A ride report can be found here: composite-projects.co.uk/2013/03/the-isle-of-man-ride-report/
Bikes are: blue Kona Dawg, white Orange Five, white and red Specialized Stumpjumper.