Tuesday, 15 November 2011
after a while with not much happening Colin and me just went to the uk to do the voiceovers for our Coaching DVD.
We have been on a pretty tight shedule to get them all in and after about 3 days and a total of almost 30 hours in the Studio at the Staffordshire University, Film Production Technology and the great help of Andy Paton, who is now in charge of the whole post production, we will be able to release the DVD very soon! We will keep you updated of what is going in the next few weeks and what we are upto here in Dahab, so stay tuned,...
Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Tuesday, 17 May 2011
Friday, 13 May 2011
Thursday, 12 May 2011
Over the last few days Colin and marco have been filming some more of the Go Pro footage of the up wind & down wind maneuvers.
Back at the house the team have been taking some time to start the long task of putting the video footage together and adding the voice over to the on water video footage.
Here we have a preview of the topics that will be covered on “Go Pro with Colin & Marco”.
Lay down gybe
Down wind 360
Up wind 360
Equipment set up & tuning
Monday, 9 May 2011
Sunday, 8 May 2011
Friday, 6 May 2011
Today in Dahab there were high temperatures and very light winds.So in order to take advantage of this Marco & Tris dis some more playing about with the GO PRO HD cameras and their various fixtures and fittings.
With a few custom made parts the guys have some great video angles set up that will allow you to see the key movements in the video.
Here is a peek of some of the angles.
Wednesday, 4 May 2011
First day on set.
For the past few weeks Colin and Marco have been spending many evenings planning for the production of their DVD. With the recent arrival of Tristan Siefert (Tris) , their camera man, it is now time to put plans into action.
The team decided to make use of todays light winds to begin filming the on-land footage, to include simulation for the preparation and entry to certain manoeuvres and filming a section on rigging and tuning to get the best out of your equipment.
With Colin and Marco busy perfecting the optimum angles for shooting the on-land simulation scenes, and setting up the windsurf equipment, Tris was busy getting used to the environment and setting up the video camera & performing sound checks.
With the forecast showing strong winds next week the aim is get as much on-land footage covered over the next coupled of days, before the water action begins....