|paranex - 2012-10-24 |
It actually sounds really, really cool when you read the Youtube description. And I like the cinematography.
|The Mothership - 2012-10-24 |
This looks cool. holler at us when it's finished. Caves scare the fuck out of me.
|jangbones - 2012-10-24 |
Good luck with it
Who's cutting and posting it?
It is being filmed and lit by me and another member of the group and edited and posted by me.
|Craptabulous - 2012-10-24 |
Man you guys are doing this all wrong. You should just equip a diamond pickaxe and take a few blocks out around the crack, that way you don't have to squeeze in.
Seriously though, that's way more awesome than I could ever be. I'll love to see the finished product. You should also post this on Something awful, they'd love this shit.
We actually HAD to make that hole just slightly wider (some larger members of the group couldn't pass), and as there is a 160 feet drop right on the other side of it, it was important for everyone to get through it properly tied in to their harnesses.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-10-24 |
Hey cool, you found Agramond!
|Adham Nu'man - 2012-10-24 |
Thanks to everyone who saved this from hopper death and for the nice comments above. I'm a total amateur so they mean a lot. I should have finished this in September but the heavy rains came in early this year and it became a safety issue. I'm waiting for the weather to clear up in December to wrap this thing up. I've used the in-between time to take some courses (Fundamentals of video, editing with Final Cut etc.) so hopefully I'll do a more professional job with the rest of the footage. Some scenes I shot on our first trip could have been great but I just didn't do them justice.
This is me going through a submerged passage for the first time: http://youtu.be/3CDyemiEp_4
seriously, if you have any questions of a longtime, extremely self important director-producer-editor (me), don't hestitate, I certainly have enough time to help right now
|svraz - 2012-10-25 |
A friend took me spellunking. I imagined walking through spacious caves admiring the stalagtites. In reality it was crawling, squeezing and climbing through small holes I could barely fit through. I almost cried. When we emerged I immediately laid down on my back and stared at the sky for several minutes.
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