I think we accidentally got into two different discussions.
I plan on shooting and producing an entirely separate video just for HUCKFEST.
I want as many hands on deck as possible!
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
I want to make a super-duper long and action packed video just for the event.
I'm thinking 15 to 30 minutes or more!
Here's what I am thinking for Huckfest:
Your Flarpcopter w/DSLR, the Vittercopter w/GoPro, my Cinestar w/7D, me w/5D, and Flop w/his camera if he wants to donate footage. I want to capture not only flying, but the whole scene.
I'm going to interview people, take shots of whats happening in the crowd, as well as all of the 3D mayhem.
This is an open invitation for any of you who wants to help me shoot a kick-ass Huckfest video!
So if you guys are up for it, and if there is anyone else who wants to shoot and donate footage, let me know! I want to produce a monstrous video of HUCKFEST!
I will bring my laptop and card reader with me, so we can have a centralized place to put all the footage as we shoot.
Here are my basic guidelines for camera settings:
Record in 1080p at 30 frames per second, with a shutter speed of 1/60th, and set it to shutter priority.
If you don't own a DSLR, or nice camcorder, ignore the last two settings.
Flops Park Flyer contest is a whole separate beast.
I will be teaming up with Kody, and producing a video of him for the contest as a separate video.
Anyways, today I had a fun evening with Larry and Lee. We flew, crashed, and played around with a sweet little lens on my camera.
Larry has graciously loaned my his nifty 50mm prime lens, and I'm hooked.
Here are some shots that Larry and I snapped tonight.