New Video. Autumn Leaves.

Today I finished the latest Npk video called ‘Autumn Leaves’. It was filmed on the 26th October when we all went for a long walk along the canal looking for new areas to train. A jam write up from the day is in the Canal Training post.

I didn’t start editing this video until recently. Due to not having any internet connection I had had plenty of spare time to edit various video projects.

Video is below for all to watch.

 

 

I added some lively dance music to the video to give it a feel good vibe.

0:12 Yaz doing a lache Cat. This wasn’t from the day but I felt it was nice to start with.

0:19 I love this shot of Denis climbing down the pipes followed by a drop and roll.

0:43 Is a great angle of Sonny doing a k2p and turn vault.

0:50 Was a a move we were all trying at the Ice Stadium which took a while for people to get.

1:01 Denis climbing over a rial, dropping down, precision, turn vault then shimmy across shows just how Denis is when out training.

1:20 was a run I made Brandon do and we got various angles to play with editing wise. I thought it came out pretty well with all the merged shots and blended well with the next clip.

1:31 Denis doing his running front of the canal wall. I loved the angles and landing roll especially.

The extras I included at the end of the video are also a little bonus and funny to watch.

 

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