Why Make Your Own Skateboarding Video?
Skateboard pro shops around the world are replete with skateboarding
videos of famous skateboard champions. These videos are the best means
of passing the knowledge about techniques and tricks in the sport.
Oftentimes in the form of a series and sometimes collaboration between
two or more skateboarding masters, a skateboarding video is a fountain
of hope for new skateboard hobbyists to become skillful thrashers
As a compilation or a team-up between respected skateboard artists, a
skateboarding video provides lessons and advice that can not be drawn
from reading ordinary how-to books. Skateboarding videos work far more
effective than books as instructional materials because the former can
be easily comprehended by showing the moves and tricks as they are
being played over and over again. Anyone who is interested in
skateboarding can quickly learn tricks, from basic to daredevil moves,
by simply watching the videos.
Through the convenience of skateboarding videos, fundamental and
advanced tricks can be broken up and analyzed into easier sub-steps and
sub-techniques. Truly, a skateboarding video is indispensable for your
dream of becoming an ace skateboarder; without you going thru years of
learning by trial and error!
But skateboarding videos are not just for masters and professionals.
Anybody who has a fresh and extraordinary skateboard move can share to
the world such ability by making a personal skateboarding video. If you
have your very own skateboarding video, the chances that skateboarding
enthusiasts will recognize you will be higher; and when this happens,
it might not be long for skateboarding companies to bankroll and
promote your feats. A quality skateboarding video will be your stepping
stone as you go up the world of skateboarding.
If you want other people and big companies sponsoring skateboarding as
a sport to notice your talents as a thrasher, you can try making
skateboarding videos for yourself. Making skateboarding videos can be
easy, especially if you have the determination and the right equipment.
Always keep in mind that your video must be satisfactorily or
excellently made. Who knows, the video you make may be your ticket to
To create your very own skateboarding video, you have to ask help from
a friend to work the video camera and do the filming. It is plain
impossible for you to handle the video camera as you do your stuff. A
fellow thrasher, if possible, would be great as cameraman as he will
know all the important moves and angles that needed to be included in
Now that you have your cameraman, you need to consider the location for
your skateboarding video. A good skateboarding video is shot in a
variety of locations. From sidewalks to skateboarding ramps, an
assortment of settings for different scenes in your skateboarding video
will surely keep viewers hooked on it.
Above all, do not forget to perform amazing tricks for your video.
Potential sponsors and ordinary viewers of skateboarding videos want
attention–grabbing and uniquely amusing stunts on the deck of your
skateboard. Therefore, your video should showcase your skateboarding
Remember to keep your skateboarding video concise. Summarize it in such
a way that only the greatest parts are shown. Edit out the scenes where
you fell to the ground face first or the part where you broke your
ankles; unless you are trying to be the world's most daring
skateboarding clown. Even so, make sure that your video is still full
of cool and dazzling skateboard moves to keep your viewers interested.
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