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20 Nov 2016
The technology of today enables just about anybody to make a racing picture that is great. Yet a boatload of content is created which has no or little worth to the observer. What I am referring to is the onboard or in-car motorcycle racing movies, not the mega-studio production ones. How can you make a motor sports movie that captures the imagination of the audience, yet shows all the actions that is vital on track?

Everybody knows that the most realistic pictures are produced by racers that are actual. However, the production quality is generally perfect with today's high definition cameras. Step one is rather easy in concept but catchy in practice, that's, mounting the camera correctly. With no good camera mount that isolates...


16 Nov 2016
The technology of today allows just about anybody to make a racing picture that is great. Yet a boatload of content is created which has no or little value to the observer. What I am talking about is the onboard or in-car motorcycle movies, not the mega-studio generation ones. How do you make a motor sports movie that captures the imagination of the spectator, yet shows all the activity that is vital on track?

Everybody knows that racers that are genuine create the most realistic pictures. However, the production quality is typically less than perfect with the current high definition cameras. The first step is rather easy in concept but catchy in practice, that's, mounting the camera right. Without a great camera mount that...