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My first almost serious effort - The Tea Trails

Discussion in 'Video Logging' at netrider.net.au started by AndyK, Sep 19, 2016.

  1. A first effort at producing something a bit more than just helmet-cam raw footage.
    I hope you enjoy ... :)




     
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  2. Great stuff, love the cruisy feeling :) Subbed to your channel :)
     
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  3. nicely made video, well done...
     
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  4. Good on 'ya, Andy.

    Using the KLR for its intended purpose: Cruisy exploration of fantastic Aussie countryside.

    This had a real feeling of 'The Leyland Brothers' about it. Albeit it, with 1 wheel drive.
    That's a great thing and a refreshing change from urban warriors or single track heroes.
    Looking forward to the next one.

    My only wish would be, to hear some lovely thumper noises, under the excellent soundtrack
     
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  5. Thanks Mick! :)
    Yes, I'll try to capture and include a bit more of the bike sound on the next one.
    There was mostly just wind noise on the video I took so I'll try an external microphone for the next attempt.
    I sold my cruiser because I wanted to explore some of the back roads and, as you say, the KLR is made for it.
    Having a ball with it! :)
     
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  6. G'day AndyAndy, thanks for posting Tea Trails: Episode 1! Your audio-video production is very enjoyable. I will look forward to seeing future episodes as you care to produce them.

    It's a marvellous thing to be able ride the back roads at a comfortable pace and see the countryside, stopping here and there as it occurs to do so. And no better way to punctuate things than with a Thermos of tea. I had a recent and similar experience to your shared afternoon tea while riding through the Warrumbungle Ranges in July; several camp ground currawongs were most insistent they shared a muesli & oatmeal biscuit with me for morning tea.
     
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  7. That's a really nice vid :) I am impressed with how smooth the picture looked throughout bitchumen and offroad !
    COol stuff (y):coffee::coffee::coffee:
     
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  8. That was a great watch - thanks for making it!
     
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  9. G'day AndyK, I haven't been on those roads in years, thanks, you make a good tour guide. Might even have to watch it again, cheers.
     
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