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How To Improve Your Snowboard Film Editing – Our Top 10 Tips

A Final Word...

There’s worse people to aspire to be than Absinthe’s legendary filmer Justin Hostynek. Photo: Geoff Andruik

So now you should have a grasp of some basic filming, editing ideas and techniques, plus a few more advanced ones. So now it’s time to get out there and make something from them. Getting involved in filming has been one of the most fun and rewarding aspects of snowboarding for me. Hopefully if you’ve stuck out these articles this far, you’ll find that too.

As with snowboarding itself, the most important thing to remember is to never let it get stale. Always try and push the limits of what you can do and try new things. If it doesn’t work out then at least you know you tried. And have fun! Now show us what you got!

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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