Captured on my helmet cam, a tracking jump from this weekend. In a tracking jump, there is a leader who picks a direction and flies on his back while everyone else follows. This is my favorite type of skydive so far. It feels exactly like you are flying (which we are, and FAST). This flight was organized to celebrate someone’s 100th jump. I think there were 8 of us, the four you see in front of me, and three who were flying behind me.
Cast: Richard Schneider
Short Film on a Journey I took to Boulder Colorado in order to become a better film maker and skier.
The School I attended was Serac Adventure Film School. We Spent four days in the Colorado backcountry; snow camping, skiing, hiking, avalanche safety training, and filming. We then headed into Boulder Colorado for some bat cave editing.
Skydiving and BASE jumping scenes were shot on the Sony CX-100 and the Gopro Hero HD.
First skiing shot through the woods was in 24p, all other ski shots were in 60p
I used the Marvel Cine Picture Style for all shots on the 7D.
Camp fire scene shot with an ISO of 2000
Janets Cabin scenes were shot with an ISO of 800
I was using a Red Rock Micro Capt. Stubling with Follow Focus.