Aerial camera layout

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*Consider the length and high and the landing of the jump *Consider the length and high and the landing of the jump

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Aerial Camera Layout
Aerial Camera Layout


Key Points to Consider – Aerials

  • Consider the length and high and the landing of the jump
  • Generally position cameras in a low position for dramatic and spectacular effect
  • Consider the coach reaction
  • Capture the atmosphere and enthusiasm of the spectators
  • Be creative, Be innovative, this is freestyle



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