On the CDSB Facebook page I posted a link to this new company that offers a service where you pay a monthly fee and they send out discs for you to try out. You can select up to two discs at a time and if you decide to keep one of the discs then they charge you an extra one time fee. This fee also applies if you lose the discs.
I am all for people seeing a need in the business world and then trying to fill it but I am not sure this one will succeed. I guess I think that people will try to return discs that are in bad shape and then you get into the debate of whether the discs was in good condition or not.
What do you guys think?
I often get the extreme pleasure and privilege of working with the team at DiscGolfPlanet.tv. I do what is called ENG work for the live broadcasts. Most of the times when you see the videos that are recaps or highlights of the previous day you are watching something I put together. Another aspect is that sometimes I will be asked to create commercials for the broadcast. I am still working on my library of disc golf footage so most if not all of the footage is from the DiscGolfPlanet's archives.
Below is an Innova commercial that they had me put together for the 2013 Memorial Championships broadcast. I was able to use After Effects to change the color of the graphics template. In some of the footage you will see the borders are out of focus. This is because the video in those segments were shot in a smaller resolution than some of the other footage. You can not increase the size of the smaller footage without loosing details. So I just put two layers of the same footage and increase the size of the background layer and put it way out of focus. It is a much better look than just having black borders all around the original footage.
If you have any questions about what I did in this video just let me know.
After seeing some incredible Go Pro footage on YouTube I thought it was time to get one. Now it's time to get my creative juices flowing to put this cool little camera to work.
Do you have one? What has been your experience with them?