Extra, Wheels | Salt Boarding - Blank Snowboards | [ ThreeSixFive ]

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Brought to you by Devin Super Tramp.


A couple of my friends who own the snowboarding company BLANK hooked us up with a bunch of sweet snowboards to shoot this video! So special thanks to them, make sure to check out their rad snowboards in the link above, even I approve of them πŸ™‚

My friend Stephen Anderson wrote the score specifically for this video! He composes the music for most of my videos actually, make sure to check out his website in the link below!


The song will be on iTunes in the next day or two!

Film was made by Devin Graham

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Besides the Blank snowboarding team hooking us up with their boards, my friends at Star Moose also helped produce this video with me. You can check out their link below to see what they are all about!


I also had the help from my friends to shoot this!

Here are my friends that helped shoot with me:
Jace LeRoy, Grant Mccarty, Aaron Eskaran, Dylan Higginbotham and David Jacobsen.

And my friend Jacob Schwarz did the color correcting for this video!
So make sure to check out his youtube channel he started a couple weeks back!


As far as a technical standpoint….

We filmed this all in Utah, on the Salt Flats. This was not shot at all on snow, it was salt, I promise, no hidden tricks or gimmicks πŸ™‚ Because it’s such an awesome location, lots of movies film here, such as Independence Day, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Tree of Life, and many more. While filming we were able to pull people on the snowboards clocking in at 50 mph πŸ™‚ We filmed this in August, I’m releasing it now, due to a couple other circumstances.

As far as the filming of this video goes, it was shot on several different cameras, in order of the model of camera most used, check below.

Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 7D
Canon T2i

As far as making the camera look like it was “flying”, I used a glidecam 2000 HD for all those shots. You can check out the exact model on their official website below where you can also buy them, and I don’t get paid to say that πŸ™‚


I also go over a lot of camera questions I get asked in my blog right below in case you have more questions πŸ™‚


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