Thursday, January 01, 2009

Our Motorcycle, Car (& etc) Videos

A collection of most of our videos, for entertainment purposes only.






















The Wifey is after me! from killboy on Vimeo.



Mini Parade 2009 from killboy on Vimeo.



Fun Karts - Ridealong from killboy on Vimeo.



Fun Karts - Driver's Perspective from killboy on Vimeo.



Following my BFF through the Dragon from killboy on Vimeo.



A couple of miles in the S2000 at Deals Gap from killboy on Vimeo.



Big Wheel - Danger Zone from killboy on Vimeo.
Compilation of on-board and tracking video of us having some fun on the new big wheel (Trek "Mod") shot with GoPro Wide. Thanks to all who helped...you know who you are. Enjoy!



Deals Gap Butt Cam 12/08 - Music NSFW from killboy on Vimeo.

Bike=GSXR 750, Camera=GoPro Hero Wide, Rider=Some guy I do NOT know. =)

Let me know what you think...be honest, I can take it. I'm wondering if it's too long/monotonous. Does it keep your attention all the way to the end?

Regarding the music: If you actually believe there is ANY song that will make everyone happy, you are delusionalz. If you have a better track in mind, that's spiffy...make your own video and we'll see how it goes. Otherwise, turn it down or rock your own Chubby Checker (Tom) if you don't like it. ;)







Evo running the Tail of the Dragon in rain. from killboy on Vimeo.

Playing with my new GoPro Hero Wide-Angle camera in the rain last weekend. Music mostly by "Audiobytes for Autobots". Enjoy!






Onboard RC Helicopter in rain and wind. from killboy on Vimeo.

Playing around with new GoPro Hero Wide-Angle camera at Deals Gap. Heli is E-Flite Blade 400 3D with several upgrades. Enjoy!






"Tranopy" Excursion - Jamaica 2009 from killboy on Vimeo.

This excursion near Ocho Rios Jamaico includes a cable car ride to the top of a mountain, where we then rode bobsleds on rails followed by zip lines back down. Shot with GoPro Hero Wide camera.

Regarding the music: If you actually believe there is ANY song that will make everyone happy, you are delusionalz. If you have a better track in mind, that's spiffy...make your own video and we'll see how it goes. Otherwise, turn it down or rock your own if you don't like it. ;)






Paintball Headcam/Photo Montage from killboy on Vimeo.

Thanks to Jacob from OESaccessories.com for the photography, and Wheeler from Wheelersperformance.com for the video. Enjoy!






Paintball headcam footage from 3 different players in one day. from killboy on Vimeo.

Headcams mounted on 2 player's guns and my mask. Enjoy!






Paintball Woods Headcam - Dec. 30, 2008 from killboy on Vimeo.








Mimosa plant in action in Jamaica from killboy on Vimeo.

These amazing little plants react to touch, and close up. They open back up in a few minutes.









One of my first editing attempts, this is various footage of friends riding around Deal's Gap and central TN.


Probably my favorite video, this is just random footage of all of the other stuff friends did while out riding.


Jacob Hendrix progressing from new rider to cornering, wheelie-ing master.


Noah Hendrix ripping it up pro-stylee in his early years.


Tons of footage from the Big Kahuna races at Road Atlanta. Shot mostly by Keith Norrod around 2002 & 2003, there's not much racing on here...it's more about the crazy infield antics and stunt shows.

4 comments:

Tim Cavender said...

Deal's Gap Butt Cam:

Fantastic video. Suggest increasing volume of engine to better maintain interest.

Thank you!
Tim, WV

Thomas said...

Yeah! I'd love to listen to more of the engine than some music.

Eric The Green said...

Great video needs more engine revs...music was good too

Shane Bevel said...

Great work on the videos. Nice camera placement and of course great driving/riding.

If you want to make them more interesting though, try using multiple cameras or multiple passes with different camera locations and then cutting it all together.

Shooting video is just like shooting photo essays, except they are moving pictures. Use some wide shots (butt cam, chase camera, lead camera) some medium shots (helmet cam, reverse front mount cam) and some detail shots (close up of brake rotors, boots on controls, dashboard with tach etc) to show your viewer the full experience of the Dragon.

Those gopro cameras are cheap, buy a bagful and hang them off every part of the bike you can think of. Plan each one like you would a still photo and you will end up with one killer video. Enjoyed your work for a long time, glad to see you are playing with video.

Shane Bevel
www.shanebevel.com