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  1. Hey Robb, I start at Universal this week. Is there still a TPROlando group? I'd enjoy meeting up with some local TPR members and learn about the area.
  2. Finally moving to Orlando! I'm transferring to an onsite hotel at Universal and I start in two weeks. I found a nice place in the area of Lake Hiawasee, Geyer Lake, and Old Winter Garden Road. Is that considered Metrowest? It's only about 7 miles from UO. Hopefully that is a decent location. The homeowner seems very good at least. Any last minute tips would be awesome.
  3. Thanks. One last question, is there an unofficial Orlando/Disney/Universal area website for renting rooms? Other than craigslist. It be nice to find someone with similar interests and lifestyles.
  4. This topic has been very helpful. I am looking into moving to Florida October/November this year. In my searches I found the website 407apartments.com which has been pretty useful. They don't include all apartments in each town but I'm assuming they are mostly reputable ones in the 407 area code. For me I am looking for a place between Universal and Disney because I know I'll be visiting Disney frequently and working near Universal. I may look into renting a room from someone, then looking for an apartment a few months later. Are there any apartment complexes in Orlando I should completely avoid due to the area/location? I see a lot in Dr. Phillips and Millenia.
  5. Really enjoyed the video! I've never seen someone use slow motion really in any videos and it really helped capture the emotions of the riders, especially on TTD. Loved it really, hoping you make many more! I have made a second video. This video has much more energy, with quicker transitions and of course a few surprises. All footage used is new except for one shot that I took from my GateKeeper video. ENJOY! Link Below: I do feel bad because of my lack of Blue Streak though. There is always HalloWeekends or next year to make up for it! Ride On!
  6. Wow this is absolutely amazing! May I ask? What kind of camera/camcorder do you use for these shots because the slow motion looks so perfect? I used the Sony Alpha NEX 6. Full 1080p HD at 60 frames per second. I edited on Premiere Pro CS5. It's a neat little camera with attachable lenses and has some internal features that are fun.
  7. Really enjoyed the video! I've never seen someone use slow motion really in any videos and it really helped capture the emotions of the riders, especially on TTD. Loved it really, hoping you make many more! I am working on a second CP park video. More upbeat and fast paced. Should be a fun one too.
  8. Great video, very well done! I just wish you had more Blue Streak footage... I know, On the way home reviewing the shots I realized. Definitely bummed about it. It wasn't completely missed though lol It saw some slow motion action on the lift hill in the last Raptor shot. Also, it squeezed in to a GateKeeper shot which wasn't used, but I hope to use it in the future because I have enough for a second video.
  9. If you liked that, check out my GateKeeper video. I have another double shot through the keyholes with slowmotion.
  10. Hey everyone! I made a fun video of Cedar Point. It has some pretty cool shots and editing. Check it out. Youtube link is below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaZB7WJIC54
  11. Hey coaster fans. I made this video on GateKeeper. Hope you all like it.
  12. Exactly why I love Cedar Point. Also, It's fun going to Louie's after and partying with them too!
  13. Always try to shoot with the sun behind you or no more than 90 degrees to either side. The sun infront is too harsh and will confuse with the cameras light sensor and you will never get a perfectly balanced shot unless you try a HDR shot (High Dynamic Range). Starting off, try to keep the f stop or aperture f11 or higher number (smaller opening) on a sunny day. That will keep the majority of your shot in focus with a deep depth of field (more areas of the frame in focus). For shutter speed, when enough light is available higher number ("400" displayed on camera is 1/400 of a second (On my nikon at least)". That will "freeze" everything in the shot usually pretty crisp depending on the cameras stability at the time of the shutter release. For shots with minimal light or a single light source, it comes down to how you want your shot to look. Tripods are ALWAYS recommended for longer shutter speeds but your focus may be off. Boosting up the ISO (camera's sensitivity to light) will allow hand held shots with higher shutter speed but will create noise or grainy look on images. It all takes practice and patience. Editing helps if you know what your doing. When you understand composition, lighting and your camera you can create some stunning images. Good luck and have fun! Ride On!
  14. I remember being at CP during the last weekend of HalloWeekends peaking over the fence onto the site and listening to the GP speculate about what they think the ride will do which was very amusing. I watched the entire anouncement day and the controversial "backwards" video that gets the GP everytime. Now, to be able to go to Media Day, ride practically all day long with little to no wait is quite awesome. Can't forget the available breakfast and lunch for the days energy. For all crazy coaster riders, I urge all to attend for a fantastic time and to feel special for a day!
  15. This thread was way to far down on the list. Had to bring it to life. Media day in 8 days! Ride On!
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