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Sailboat Racing at White Rock Lake

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Houston Brown, Jul 22, 2015.

  1. Houston Brown

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    This is just a small lake in the middle of Dallas, Texas but it was still fun to shoot. I spent 98% of my flying time over water. I am over being scared to fly over water but I would be lying if I said it still a bit scary.

    After seeing all the beautiful places that others are shooting here I am a bit embarrassed to show this but this is not for scenery, this was shoot for sailing.

    Comments welcome of course.



    Houston
     
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  2. GWS-66

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    Never be embarrassed filming- especially this, I love sailing. The opening overhead shot was cool, although I couldn't figure out what tack that last boat was on- must have gone way wide on the marker!

    Nice footage!
     
  3. Houston Brown

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    Yeah, I am not sure about that last boat either. It was a bit of a surprise to me when I was editing but it added a littel mystery to the footage I thought.
     
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    I didn't know White Rock Lake could look so good

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    Where were you piloting from? a boat or the shore? Nice video!
     
  6. Houston Brown

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    From shore. I was asked if I wanted to do this from the committee boat but there were 3 people on it already and it would have been too tight. Plus I had plenty room on shore and still not too far from the race activity. The farthest was about 3/4 mile.