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FRAMED-Andi Wittmann Rider profile

here we are.
"FRAMED"
this is basically a pilot-project,something that andi wittmann thought about for a while,and then came over to ask me if im interested.
we`ve both been pretty busy over the summer,but we managed to squeeze in a few days,to see how this could turn out.
so we filmed a little riderprofile,showing andi doing what he feels like doing,and thats pretty much it.
i hope you like it the way we do,as this might be just the start of sth new in 2011,but...we´ll see.
for now...hello winter!

song radical face-welcome home
for a download worth its money go to http://itunes.apple.com/ch/artist/radical-face/id208094291

filmed with red one,sony ex1,canon mark2D5
edited with adobe premiere cs5 and after effects.

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Uploaded by Felix Urbauer on 2010-11-16 15:09:24

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