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Thu May 02, 2019 5:01 am

<b>The Coolest Videos on Skateboarding can be Yours
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We all have seen those amazing videos showing skateboard professionals doing the most spectacular stunts. These videos are constantly running on specialty stores. They are a great channel to showcase new techniques and tips, adding more to your knowledge. Usually, these videos are part of a collection or cooperation between many professionals. They’re perfect as inspiration and serve as a practical lesson for newbies that want to become skillful skateboarders themselves. See more: Easy Skateboard Tricks for Beginners at skateadvisors

The value present in the skateboarding videos made by professionals is priceless. It’s an easy and practical way to obtain training and assistance more efficiently than most how-to books. The viewer can see the professional in action and learn all the detailed moves in a way a book doesn’t allow, that’s why skateboarding videos are so popular and a valuable source of tips. If a person is already familiarized with skateboarding, it's even easier to copy the moves, from the most basic to the most complex, just by watching the videos.

Even the most difficult moves can be viewed in a detailed fashion, making it easier to analyze move after move, allowing the viewer to know all the steps and sub-techniques. If you want to be a star skateboarder, these videos are the best way to learn, saving you years of slow progress and lots of errors that will hold you behind!

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As much as we enjoy watching professionals, these videos can also be easily made by amateurs. If your style is unique, if you have exclusive moves and techniques, then you should also be a video star and share your experience with the world. If you choose to make your own video, soon enough other skateboarders will pick you up, and start following you. And in no time, you can expect skateboarding companies to come knocking at your door for bankroll and endorsement. An excellent video is a gateway to a path of success in the skateboarding world. Whether you are a pro or a beginners, the first technique you need to learn is: "How to Ollie Higher On a Skateboard Faster"

Creating your own skateboarding videos, where you showcase your abilities and inspire others to do the same, will eventually attract big companies that will want to sponsor you. The process of creating your own movie starts with your will and enthusiasm, and appropriate tools for the task. Don’t think like an amateur, your video needs to have enough quality. You don’t know who’s going to watch your video, and it can actually be your ticket to fame!

The first step to a successful skateboarding video is a good image. To do that, you must find a friend or colleague to deal with the camera and take care of the film. Doing it by yourself with quality while you work your stunts is near impossible. Your cameraman should be someone that has some background on skateboarding, it’s a way of assuring your performance is recorded in the right angle.

After finding the fittest cameramen, your next concern should be the location for the video. The ideal would be various shots from different places. The most common are skate parks, sidewalks, and ramps, but you can also use your imagination to introduce new spots. Your viewers will be addicted, and your popularity will rise!

Your video has to be unique and include incredible and unexpected tricks. Your possible sponsors, other professionals, and regular visitors that watch your videos will come back for your entertainment So, don’t go basic, push yourself to show the best skills you got.

Editing is also a very important part of the process of making your own video. When working on the final video, make sure you include the best scenes, while eliminating the scenes where you fall, or fail to perform your stunt. Do your best and show the world how good you are. Your audience will surely be coming back for more!
Watch more videos about choosing the best skateboard here: https://medium.com/@skateszone/how-to-c ... e9e0d0f6e5
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Fri May 03, 2019 12:07 am

davidwilliams wrote:
Thu May 02, 2019 5:01 am
The $199 snowshoe pass ad is back up but it yields a 404 error.
Where are you looking? I thought the Ridiculous Pass was only available in early March for a couple of weeks.
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Fri May 03, 2019 1:10 pm

And it hasn't been $199 for years.
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Mon Jun 03, 2019 3:28 pm

interesting take on a way to spam. post something normal then edit it later^
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