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How to Film Snowboarding with a DSLR – Our Top 10 Tips

The Boy Scout’s Motto

Finally, be prepared. With all this new gear, you’re never going to want to waste it, so make sure you’re prepared for every eventuality. Especially if it’s an important shoot, you’re going to want to have spare batteries (fully charged!), memory cards, lens wipes (goggle bags make a good substitute), and basically everything you can to minimise the chance of you missing that crucial shot.

It might still happen, but at least you’ll know you’ve done everything you can to minimise that risk and make the most out of your set up. Happy shooting!

THIS ARTICLE IS PART OF A SERIES ON HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR EDITS, YOU CAN FIND THE REST OF THE ARTICLES HERE:

Improve Your Edits

  1. How To Use A GoPro
  2. Filming With A DSLR
  3. Getting The Best Shots
  4. Editing Basics
  5. Advanced Editing

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