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[[Image:Aerial camera layout.png|thumb|400px|Aerial Camera Layout '''[[Inawashiro 2009]]''']] [[Image:Aerial camera layout.png|thumb|400px|Aerial Camera Layout '''[[Inawashiro 2009]]''']]
-[[Image:Calgary CAN Ladies Aerials Podium Jan 2010.jpg|thumb|400px]]+[[Image:Calgary CAN Ladies Aerials Podium Jan 2010.jpg|thumb|400px|reaction shoot]]
-[[Image:Calgary CAN Ladies Aerials inrun camera Jan 2010.jpg|thumb|400px]]+[[Image:Calgary CAN Ladies Aerials inrun camera Jan 2010.jpg|thumb|400px|Handheld on inrun, for the focus of the before leaving start]]
-[[Image:Boom Camera Aerial table OWG 2006.jpg|thumb|400px]]+[[Image:Boom Camera Aerial table OWG 2006.jpg|thumb|400px|Boom camera set as part of judges stand]]
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*Capture the atmosphere and enthusiasm of the spectators *Capture the atmosphere and enthusiasm of the spectators
*Be creative, Be innovative, this is freestyle *Be creative, Be innovative, this is freestyle
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Aerial Camera Layout
Aerial Camera Layout
Aerial Camera Layout Inawashiro 2009
Aerial Camera Layout Inawashiro 2009
reaction shoot
reaction shoot
Handheld on inrun, for the focus of the before leaving start
Handheld on inrun, for the focus of the before leaving start
Boom camera set as part of judges stand
Boom camera set as part of judges stand


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


Also see


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