5 easy (and cheap) tips for shooting POV video

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5 easy (and cheap) tips for shooting POV video

Jeff Lenosky has been shooting mountain bike videos for his Trail Boss series for a little over two years. Along the way he’s learned a few things about shooting quality POV footage on the trail. Here are his top 5 tips for making video shoots quicker and easier, as well as allowing you to get better footage.

A veteran rider with a 20-year professional career and three Observed Trials U.S. National Championships to his name, Lenosky uses his skills to ride the unrideable in Trail Boss. When you ride an entire trail you may feel like a Boss, but without the proper skills Mother Nature can quickly remind you who’s really in charge. The video series explores some of the most technical trials around and provides tips so you can become a Trail Boss, too. You can catch episodes of the Trail Boss Video Series here, here, and here.

Want to learn more about the bike Lenosky rides? Check out this video where he breaks down all the key details of his GiantTrance Advanced trail slayer.

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  • Osteo says:

    Thanks Jeff – those are great! coloured sharpie marker is a crazy simple and yet fantastic idea… could have used that last year at the BCBR!
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