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Discussion in 'Photos' started by halfthrottle, Aug 3, 2009.
Old stuff. Twas the day before Christmas...
Any way you want to do it!!!
A new series I've started called "People of Passion" ... just meeting too many amazing people on the road for this not to happen!! Wish I had started it earlier!
My buddy Adam and I had a chance to hit the trails with our new friend Jeff for a little after Thanksgiving fun
One of my good friends and SAVAGE AF Adventurer...Candida Louis. She recently met me in Cambodia for a ride project I had going and we made this little ditty...check her out, she is a great human.
The old abandoned farm
The very first thing that came to mind was the orphanage/courtyard in "El espinazo del diablo" by Guillermo del Toro.
Nicely done, I enjoyed it.
Road tripping out to Salmon Falls Dam, I share a couple of tiny towns in southern Idaho and a dirt road.
I couldn't find a decent demo of the new GoPro Hero 6 stabilization on a dirt bike when I was shopping for it so I put together a quick sample from my first two rides - so far I'm pretty impressed.
Sorry, it took so long to get back to ya. The ford was open when I was there at Three Forks. the older guys were heading to the hot springs so I wanted to give them a bit of privacy. The snow video is part of the Salmon Falls Dam videos that I'm working releasing. Today's video (12/4/17) will have a bit of mud and such. next week will have the snow, and the following week should be the icy roads and the Dam itself.
The one is ABS and the other is the traction control. The Tiger will flash them kinda slow and alternate to indicate you have selected the off-road mode. When you push the bike and start slipping the tires the light will bling faster or just light up depending on the situation.
Stabilization is great, how about that pixilation... is that youtube causing the artifacts or is that something that happens when stabilization goes into overdrive?
That's YouTube... The original file is clean.
Man, that is a great improvement over the older GoPros' I left GoPro for the Sony FDR-X3000 for the simple reason that most off-road videos were just too shaky and would make you motion sick. I ran the resolution all the way up...(as far as YouTube would go) when you pause it you and pick out the rocks and shrubs look clear. Now all we need is a side by side comparison!
Thanks for your words, I like what you say
Little video I made of a local event a few weeks back...watch close, stuff happens.
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Yamaha Xt660R, live sound
Three cylinder music