Thread: Critique my judo club video
5/16/2006 9:00am, #21KhorneliusPraxxGuestOriginally Posted by Olorin
5/16/2006 9:09am, #22KhorneliusPraxxGuest
What the hell?!Originally Posted by originally a KhorneliusPraxx post that was altered by "The Powers That Be"
5/16/2006 9:12am, #23
Originally Posted by KhorneliusPraxx
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Originally Posted by Olorin
With the advent of services like video.google and youtube, dojos can have a good, affordable way to showcase their students.
Neko, are you a photographer/cinematographer? The old-fashioned look and music selections were nifty and ingenous. As Tourettes said, thank God you didn't select the crap-metal that's is so overdone in MMA :XXpuke:
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5/16/2006 10:45am, #24
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- Nov 2005
- Boca Raton
no, I'm not a photographer/cinematographer, however I like taking pictures and video, and obviously making videos for friends and family, I'm definitively making more videos specifically for the club in the near future, and I like the idea of the photoblog, but it takes time from practice so probably I won't be making anything serious until next time I get injure : ) and don't worry, there won't be any crap metal on the mix.
5/16/2006 3:42pm, #25Originally Posted by KhorneliusPraxx
5/16/2006 4:09pm, #26
pretty cool Neko. The only suggestion I would have would be to get rid of a few of the stills and put a few more throws in there. The two drop sieo nages (sp?) were cool but they were only like two 2 second clips, a little set up footage for 'em would be good.
I like the sepia/classic look of it.
5/17/2006 7:48am, #27KhorneliusPraxxGuestOriginally Posted by Ikken Hisatsu
5/17/2006 4:43pm, #28
Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
- Join Date
- Mar 2005
We are about 50/50 at my club too. However, there are still several reasons I think there should be more throws in the video:
1. Throws are entertaining. I would personally rather watch a solid uchi mata than a perfectly executed kesa gatame.
2. Most places train Olympic Judo. This would mean there is an emphasis on throwing in most dojos.
3. The groundwork was not particularly impressive, but some of the throws were very nice.