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As you're chasing the action, you generally want to make sure that you've got lots of angles of coverage. I prefer to put a camera actually into the action itself, giving one to the athlete to to hold or attach to their board. And then beyond that, it's just a matter of really spreading things out. We're going to head in and we're going to chase the action back in the bowl for a little bit here. And notice how important it is to be both paying attention to the shot and your personal safety. What I try to do is not stare so much at the camera, but instead keep the camera right in front of me, and then keep my eyes on the rider.
This way I know the camera's getting the shot and I've got my peripheral vision. So if I need to react or move out of the way, I can do that. So, let's head in, and I'll talk you through some of the techniques while we're shooting.
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