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Useful Winter Filming Tips Courtesy of the Vimeo Film Crew

Shooting quality videos is something that takes a lot preparation, practice and a whole lotta work. But the end result is a rad video that will be watched by thousands if not millions of viewers. Luckily, some of the Vimeo crew created a mini tutorial on some techniques and advice for capturing winter action sports hat’ll help improve the way you approach filming. Ski videographers Andrew Napier, Nick Martini join Tom Wallisch at the Winter X Games in Aspen to break it down for us with some simple steps below. For easy reference, check out the Vimeo post here.

Shooting Winter Action Sports from Vimeo Video School on Vimeo.

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