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|01-16-2014, 11:26 AM||#91 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Bronson, FL
I agree as far as getting the pro's to film it. But even if you had some pro's on the production side you could pull things off as well. because you would first of all standardize the camera's...all the same for their purpose...and they would be mounted in the same place so the action is captured the same. At least as far as mounting camera's on the players to get shots.
Then you have your others...some elevated stationaries and some hand helds out to catch some of the other action. Then you go post game editing and piece it all together. That is where you have another pro in there that does good syncing things up and such.
I am just saying that I think with a little more effort and very little more in the way of cost, a good post production video of the games could be done and done with the ability to capture most all of the action. This does not work for live games and spectating without a good production team and the ability to live feed action cameras. But it is a start.
|01-24-2014, 04:10 AM||#98 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Thank you so much for posting these.
All the videos you've posted have kept me sane during the night shift these past couple days.
I love seeing so many mags on the field. It warms the cockles of my heart
|01-28-2014, 03:50 PM||#100 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: American Fork, Utah
Hey guys, check out this commercial from War Zone back in the 80s. All old school. And to think, we thought we were all bad *** back then! What a bunch of yahoos we were!
1987 Sad Saks War Zone Commercial. Old school vintage paintball - YouTube
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