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    TW, TR Videos: Archangel Valley, Matanuska Gorge

    Videos from last fall now being edited of a ride thru archangel valley which includes some underwater footage, and a trip thru the matanuska gorge.
    Both near wasilla and palmer Alaska. One of the last times I rode that bike before going with the tri Z front end.




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    I always enjoy your videos - great videography of beautiful and interesting places, and enjoyable music. Thanks for sharing them with us. I hope to get up your way someday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B-dub View Post
    I always enjoy your videos - great videography of beautiful and interesting places, and enjoyable music. Thanks for sharing them with us.
    I completely agree.


    What is the structure at around 2:00 in the second video?

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    Good stuff! You are like Survivorman with the camera work!

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    The structure is actually an abandoned 1930s era wooden freight boxcar tumbled down from the railroad grade half buried from the river silt sitting next to a beaver lodge.

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    Wow! You ride one handed holding the camera "Stick" in conditions where I would be on the pegs White Knuckling my way through. Good show. Please describe or show your camera "Stick". Collapsible? Pistol grip? Remote controls? It works great - obviously - when handled by a pro. John

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    Good stuff, makes me want to go ride.
    I am always curious about cameras, equipment, & editing software when I see these great videos.
    Last edited by Fred; 04-16-2014 at 06:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Good stuff, makes me want to go ride.
    I am always curious about cameras, equipment, & editing software when I see these great videos.

    One of these days im going to make a tutorial video that demonstrates my filming/editing techniques, I would love to see videos from other corners of the world. NOne of it is rocket science or anything, pretty straight forward. Mainly I make these to record an experience or a place or a feeling, and for distant relatives to see what im up to. Its really neat to know that they connect with other people. I will have to say that its much easier to film from the fatcat, due to the fact that its auto clutch.

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    Thanks,TinyWheel. Your video inspired me to purchase Contour2+ camera last night. Now need to decide to mount on left or right side of helmet. I am a "lefty" so prefer left side operation but worry about safely using clutch and on-off camera control.
    Some day I hope to post as entertaining a video as yours ( minus your stunning backdrops, Alaska scenery is hard to beat).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Thanks,TinyWheel. Your video inspired me to purchase Contour2+ camera last night. Now need to decide to mount on left or right side of helmet. I am a "lefty" so prefer left side operation but worry about safely using clutch and on-off camera control.
    Some day I hope to post as entertaining a video as yours ( minus your stunning backdrops, Alaska scenery is hard to beat).
    When I used my buddies contour, I placed it on the left side of the helmet so I could turn it off/on while riding without taking my right hand off the throttle. I tried it on the right side at first, but I either had to be at a stop to use my right hand or try to turn it off/on with left hand across my face if you know what I mean.
    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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