Using 12 arm-mounted sensors provided by Xensr for the event, the Huck Fest drew 45 competitors to Rufus all day Wednesday to take advantage of strong west winds, rolling swell and the uncrowned stretch of river in the arid eastern Gorge. Jumps were measured using the XensrCase to determine who jumped the biggest! For more info check out xensr.com
Some test, with the Sony FS 100 with Sony optics 18-200, shooting at 1080p-50fps and using twixtor on after effects CS6.
There's plenty of "warp effect", I do not have time to make mask to mitigate this, and I do not have phantom at my disposal. :)
But the result is pretty cool in my eyes.
In season 6 episode 5 of Teton Gravity Research’s Behind The Line, our heli pilot along with athletes Sammy Carlson, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Angel Collinson and Ian McIntosh redefine what’s possible in skiing. For the past decade, pilot Tighe Daugherty, has helped the athletes reach new and daunting terrain in Alaska. With an emphasis on safety, Daugherty’s skills as a pilot serve as a catalyst for our athlete’s creativity, enabling them to explore beyond their comfort zone and secure gnarly first descents. Here the crew ventures into the Cathedral Zone, an area deep in the Neacola Mountains.
Behind the Line is a series that takes you into the minds of the TGR athletes. Each episode features a unique line, jump, or session as athletes take a look back and discuss the moment. The series gives you an in depth look Behind The Line of these incredible film moments.