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Those are some awesome shots. I really enjoy how you make it very artistic in a sense, while also retaining all of the "rush" and action. Don't think I recognize the silver duc? I really enjoyed more of the moto noise this time
as well as the fuzzy feeling of knowing like minded riders are enjoying our work, we take all the feedback and try to relate it to our next project....
Our formats, workflow and general layouts and been a continual refinement based on all the feedback we gain....
All this is done before we release any final DVD format.
So the vid you've seen here will most definately be "tweeked" again before final release...
BTW...Velocemoto III DVD is selling incredibly...we are shocked , and thankyou to anyone here at this forum who has dug into their pockets!
As for the silver Duke. Scott took his standard 996, got 998 bodywork, and went about creating his own "Imola" special.....looks gorgeous in the flesh
He's even had special and very subtle "Imola " decals made up for it....and he knows how to launch it onto one wheel, that's for sure !
cool vid mate. lots of passing over the line though, do you guys always do that when you ride? would suck if someone was passing over the line coming the other way at the same time. helmets knocking together cant feel good.
Originally Posted by 777
But the camera always seems to distort what the actual riding conditions are.
We had it mounted extremely low on the MV and the peripheral vision with the camera is non-existant.
Yes..I think there's a few times the bikes drift over the lines, but i can assure you in all those instances it would have been save and we could see through into the next bend.
We really weren't going that hard at all... we never do when trying to film like this....we're actually very sensible most of the time
What was more alarming, was the amount of crap on this particular road...you can see the 996 kick up a lot of road muck when the MV is in behind it.
Last edited by Velocemoto; 02-17-2006 at 04:31 AM.